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NBA Free Agency 2010; All About LeBron James

27 Jun

Let’s begin…

So now that the NBA Draft is over and free agency is approaching it’s now time to give my thought on NBA free agency, and in particular LeBron James. Everyone has already stated their opinion on what they think will happen. Some think all the free agents will stay, and some think they will all go. So it’s only far that I give you my take.

    This summer will be a very telling point in these free agents career. The moves made this summer will stamp the stamp the first chapter of their NBA careers, and it will be the first indicator as to what is most important to each individual. So let’s just go down the list.

Carlos Boozer will end up playing for whoever is left out. He’s the wingman you stick on the ugly girl at the club. I think he will end up with the New Jersey Nets (or Brooklyn depending on if you’re a glass half filled guy).

    Chris Bosh will end up with the L.A. Lakers. There has been rumored to be a sign and trade deal on the involving Bosh and Bynum. The Lakers would be foolish not to pull the trigger. Bynum has heart, but he barely has a knee cap. If you con find someone dumb enough to take him off your hands, do it.

    Dwayne Wade stays in Miami. There’s no way dude is leaving Miami. Even though Miami is about as committed to winning as JaMarcus Russell, Wade will try to rationalize it publicly with the 2007 championship. Don’t you remember that championship? Yeah you know the championship. The one that had a limited Udonis Haslem, a washed up Gary Payton, and a misshapen Antoine Walker in the starting line up (would say Walker was washed up, but that would be an insult to the word).

    It’s not all bad for Wade though, because he will be joined by Amare Stoudemire. With Wade and Stoudemire the Heat will be a top 3 Eastern Conference team.

    Joe Johnson and his lack luster playoff game will be in New Jersey.

    I think that Rudy Gay probably ends up signing with the New York Knicks. The Knicks will be left out, and they’ll have to sell their fans something. So, I think they’ll sign Rudy Gay to save face.

    The next few players I call free agent stragglers. I think the name is self-explanatory. Ray Allen will be in Miami or New York. David Lee will stay in New York, and continue to put up NBA Jam like rebounding stats. Shaquille O’Neal will be in New York. I know it’s a reach, but I had to put him somewhere. Maybe he’ll start making rap album again, and we can act like the last 2 years of his career never happened. The other day someone asked me were I thought Nate Robinson was going …who cares. It’s Nate Robinson; just keep him as far away from the basketball as possible. Hopefully Nate Robinson and Gilbert Arenas join the And1 Tour. Then they can shoot all the half court shots they want, and drink red Mountain Dew.

    So, I saved the big prize for last. Where do you think LeBron James will end up? My opinion on this changes daily, so I’ll layout all possible scenarios, and start another post.

-Kortney Shane

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Posted by on June 27, 2010 in Basketball

 

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2 responses to “NBA Free Agency 2010; All About LeBron James

  1. Chris Ross

    June 29, 2010 at 1:52 pm

    This is a very well thought out article as well as a great blog you got going here! I think that the big problem that is going to face these top tier free agents is the ability to find a good supporting cast because teams have shed so much salary in order to get them. Also, you think you could check out my blog because I really want to know what your opinion is on my thoughts. http://chrisross91.wordpress.com/2010/06/29/lebron-and-sidekick-will-be-dominant-but-will-it-translate-to-a-championship/

     
    • thekortneyshanepillar

      June 30, 2010 at 1:35 pm

      Thanks for the comment. Spread the word, and I will be sure to read your blog.

       

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