NYC Wants LeBron!: A Guide To Land the King

June 20th, 2010 by Brent Donenfeld Leave a reply »
After Stephen A. Smith reported Wednesday that LeBron was "leaning toward the New York Knicks", one cannot help but wonder: Is this true?

Stephen A. Smith has been a reliable source in the past, successfully breaking the news of several big-time NBA stories including the Pau Gasol-Kwame Brown trade, and more recently the Allen Iverson off-the-court issues. 

His report (which can be heard on's podcasts) states that LeBron's "team" has been deeply investigating the Knicks' front office to determine whether or not the front office is "reliable" or not. If LeBron's team concludes that Knicks's front office is in fact stable, then watch out for LeBron to shake up the NBA with a move to NYC.

First, we need to explore what has happened to put The Knicks in this situation they are in now, and what will need to happen for them to securely land LeBron.

What has happened so far in NYC?

1. Salary Reduction

Well the Knicks have successfully cut their salary down enough to offer two max contracts to deserving players. However, it is unclear whether or not the Knicks would have to acquire their second max ...

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