Tuesday, August 25, 2009
It's the unthinkable.. the unimaginable.. the unwitnessable for LeBron James to get traded to the New York Knicks when his contract expires in 2010. As of yet, there are no facts or deals set in stone, but in recent interviews, LeBron keeps hinting how he will exercise his options and be open to what is out there (aka the New York Knicks); while claiming Cleveland nonetheless, will always be his home "no matter where his profession takes him" smh..
sell out. If you're a Cavalier fan, you're probably outraged.. if you're a Knickerbocker fan, you're pissin urinations of joy all over the ground as I speak. Whichever category you may fall in, I advise you to keep the trash-talkin and mind-readin to a minimal, because I guarantee you this is all just a way of publicly displaying the power he bestows in the Cavalier's GM and their annual financial quota. At the end of the day, the New York fans get their hearts broken and go back to bandwagon-hoppin on other teams (i.e Celtics, Lakers), the Cavaliers staff raise his salary by a couple more billion dollars *side eye*, and Shaq will end up on another team, yet again. Do you get where I'm going here? It's all hype and media. No facts, no logic, no sense. Just money and egos to be satisfied and met by the end of the day.
Watch the Sunday Conversation on ESPN with LeBron James here. (Fast Forward to 1:11)