LeBron James Free Agency: There Are Only Two Viable Destinations for the King

June 20th, 2010 by David DeRyder Leave a reply »
Looking ahead is an American pastime. Department stores put out Christmas decorations in September. The 2008 Presidential election was the hot political story - in 2006. Jason Heyward and Stephen Strasburg were household names in the baseball world long before either made their Major League debut. There is a certain appeal to imagining how great things could be in the future.

Those who follow the NBA have anticipated the summer of 2010 for quite some time now. Such forward thinking is understandable. It is not often that a free agency class has the potential to reshape the league's power structure for the next decade.

Of all the high profile free agents, LeBron James has received the most scrutiny. As soon as the Boston Celtics defeated the Cleveland Cavaliers, LeBron and the summer of 2010 became the hot topic in the league. It isn't often that a single player's expiring contract is as big of a story as the playoffs.

Speculating about LeBron's future is impossible to resist. Now that the Finals are over, it is the biggest story in the basketball world. It is finally the appropriate time to explore the King's options.

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