Why LeBron to Chicago Works Best For the NBA

June 29th, 2010 by Joe Willett Leave a reply »
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We have less than a day and a half until free agency starts and front office members stop being so damn shady.  This also means just under a day and a half until LeBron James is officially on the open market.

The big story as of late has been the "Free Agent Summit" between James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh.

This has caused rumors abound that they will all decide to create a super team in Miami where they will win 38 strait championships and become the best tandem in NBA history.

While having a team like this isn't exactly a bad thing for the NBA, it takes it's big team and moves it to a market that generally hasn't been sports friendly in Florida.

Although they have had good teams, they rarely fill stadiums unless there is a championship in their sights, and even then, it's tough to sell out.

This also will greatly decrease the amount of success for two other teams, the Chicago Bulls and the New York Knicks.

Despite the fact that the NBA won't be hurt by a super-team in ...

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