Where Will LeBron Go?

Posted: June 30, 2010 in sports, up for debate
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Where's Lebron Going?

It’s been proven several times that there are only 4 of you who read my blog. Of you 4, only Matt Manes will care about this post.

So, Matt, here we go.

Where’s LeBron going?

New York? Miami? New Jersey? Chicago? Cleveland? Brooklyn? Dallas? LA? Free agency starts tonight at midnight and I’m sure LeBron knows where he wants to go, but his camp is keeping quiet.

The thing is, if you own an NBA team and you sign LeBron, you’re getting more than just wins. You’re leading the league in ticket sales, jersey sales, face time of NBA Inside Stuff, and killing the tv and airwaves with talk about your team. The world immediately starts caring about your team.

We’re talking millions of dollars without even playing a game.

Wait, NBA Inside Stuff isn’t on anymore? Dern. I loved Ahmad Rashad.

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Comments
  1. Christiana says:

    He should stick with Cleveland. Be a hometown hero, the kid from Ohio who made good and maximized his ability for his home team.

    It would show a lot of respectability and likely make him a true legend – assuming he actually posseses some of the deep-rooted honor and integrity that made Ripken more than just his stats.

    No idea what he’ll actually decide though.

    [Bet you didn’t see this coming. See – half your readership cares about this one.]

  2. Jason says:

    I care. Remember that one night I asked 23 times where he was going? I was sincere. I care just like ESPN does. He should come to Nashville and play for the Tennessee Predators.

  3. Matt says:

    *Note two comments above….ok Jasons really doesn’t count…

    Would have never known free agency started tonight. But I really think he should stay in Cleveland. Anywhere he goes will become the next Lakers.

    • toddstepp says:

      I’d kinda like to see him go somewhere obscure, like the Clippers. Someplace where people will really scratch their heads.

      My guess is he’ll stay in Cleveland unless he lands in NY or Chicago.

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  5. It would show a lot of respectability and likely make him a true legend – assuming he actually posseses some of the deep-rooted honor and integrity that made Ripken more than just his stats.
    +1

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