LeBron’s Options in 2010: A Clear-Cut Winner Emerges

November 24th, 2009 by Jose Salviati Leave a reply »

In professional basketball, when you are good you are a celebrity in your local area.  When you are great you are known outside the area you call home.  When you are a superstar you are known globally and your future moves are picked at and prodded by the likes of someone like me.

Lebron is a superstar.

The game has never seen anyone with his combination of size and skill.  He is Wilt, Baylor, Barkley, Malone (Karl and Moses) and Magic all rolled into this single amazing frame.  He isn’t yet Bird, Jordan, and Bryant; in other words, he hasn’t proven he should take the final shot, nor has he won anything. 

His work ethic and desire to be better will likely propel him to the likes of Bryant when it comes to being a player who you want to take the final shot.  He has less control, however, over his desire to win an NBA championship.

NBA championships are won with an interesting combination of superstars, momentum, and luck.  It’s impossible to dictate momentum and luck, even for LeB ...

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