Why LeBron James Might Come to New York: The Knicks Have a Bright Future

April 1st, 2010 by David Glazer Leave a reply »
Everyone who is even remotely interested in the NBA knows that the Knicks are going to try to sign LeBron James after this season. What no one other than LeBron knows is whether LeBron is actually interested.

The best case scenario for the Knicks is that they sign LeBron and Chris Bosh as a lethal duo and do their best to fill in with other players who are willing to sign for the veteran minimum just for the chance to play with LeBron and Bosh as title contenders. The higher the cap, the easier it will be for the Knicks to pull it off.

One question is, why would LeBron play for the Knicks unless he really wanted to?  The answer is that the Knicks have some quality young players on the perimeter and are in need of a star of LeBron's caliber and a big man of Bosh's ability to become an instant contender.

LeBron would make any team he played for a contender because he is that great. As someone who has watched the NBA since the late '70s, I can honestly say that I have never seen a player as good as LeBron. So it does not take much to have a title contender with him on the team.

What the Knicks do have is a nice corps of young player ...

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