Why I Will Root for Kobe Bryant Next Season

July 22nd, 2010 by Sam Tastad Leave a reply »
This NBA offseason has been filled with drama. 

The biggest headline was when LeBron left Cleveland for Miami on ESPN in an hour-long show called, "The Decision." He joined Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh to form a superstar trio down on South Beach. With his decision, he made it clear that he needs two other superstars to win championships, and that winning is more important than building his legacy.

I believe that, to build your legacy as the greatest ever, you need to do it on your own, and let the stars come to you. 

LeBron James should have stayed in Cleveland or gone to Chicago, New Jersey, or even New York. And here's why:

LeBron James has been deemed "the Chosen One," and possibly the closest thing to Michael Jordan. Now, James could be farther away from achieving that goal. He went to Miami, and teamed up with two other superstars, one of whom has already won a championship. James will quickly learn that the Heat are Wade's team, and his scoring will suffer. That's what happens when you put three 20-point scorers on the same team.

For example, Michael Jordan built the Chicago Bulls to be the best team ba ...

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