LeBron Could Go Anywhere, But Is Miami a Dark Horse?

June 29th, 2010 by Hayden Kim Leave a reply »
Everyone has heard crazy rumors about LeBron going to South Beach Miami, Chicago, and even the Big Apple of New York.

ESPN Analyst Chris Broussard reported that LeBron, Wade, and Bosh all met with Miami General Manager, Pat Riley and discussed their possible future in South Beach.

Now Miami has a couple of advantages over Chicago and New York. They are projected to have a $44 Million Salary Cap heading into July 1st. Chicago is projected to have $30 Million and New York is projected to have $35 Million.

Now, just because Miami has the highest projected amount of Salary Cap Space, does not mean they are going to get LeBron. Any one of those teams could get LeBron, it all depends on where he wants to go.

It seems as though LeBron is leaning towards to teams right now. Chicago and Miami. There have been multiple reports from ESPN saying that, "It is a done deal." On the other hand, Stephon A. Smith just recently reported that LeBron is headed for warm weather in Miami.

Lets go over the possibilities these two teams could acquire.

Chicago Bulls

This is the obvious choice for two reasons. There is ...

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