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    Originally Posted by youpddd
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    WY WOULD YOU WANT ELLIS. He plays no d and he has no pg skills. sorta like a nate robinson, only taller. and don't give me any crap about how he steals. he gambles on all those steals.
    Ellis is 22 he has tons of potential to continue to improve as a player...im not comparing the two in any way but when LeBron came into the league he didn't/ couldn't play defense at all but look at him now he was shutting Paul Pierce the finals MVP DOWN!! and is now one of the best defensive SF's...so a player can improve its all about work ethic if Ellis was 28-30 and didn't play defense then i would be concerned

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    Originally Posted by StEpHoN_mArBuRy
    ^^^ Word. My thinking exactly. And im starting to have my doubts the Nets are actually gonna move to BK myself. I have yet to see anything built or even started in the area where they claim this new arena will be. Hope the deal really is dead like a few people told me and the nets stay where they belong... in New Jersey.
    No point having doubts. They are guaranteed to relocate to Brooklyn by the 2010-11 season. And ya I totally agree with this thread. I've been feeling the same since way way back when the a member first ever posted the great prospect of luring in Lebron by 2010. Had New Jersey not be scheduled to be the Brooklyn Nets, maybe our chances of landing him would have gone from 5% up to 20%. But we all have to stop talking about him. Ya let's save cap space. But enough with statements like, "We all have to save up on cap for Lebron." Maye ya'll should change it to "We all have to save up on cap for the superstars who'd be available by then." That sounds much better. Secondly I wouldn't want our Knicks team to be run in a style that revolves on one single player. That's one reason why the Cavs are so predictable and boring. Lebron is not going to be a Knick. Period. He's attracted by the Knicks no doubt, but there are just way way too many reasons for him to choose the Brookyln Nets than the New York Knicks.

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    look ima tell you guys this now LeBron is STAYING in Cleveland...they have a good team and they are one piece away from the title the last 3 postseasons proved that game 7 against Detroit...they needed someone to hit open shots when detroit was focusing on Lebron and in the Finals the same story it was 5-on-1 and no help for LeBron and this year against the celtics in game 1 if someone was hitting shots when Lebron was off they coulda won in 6 games and game 7 the Pierce had too-much help and LeBron was alone..so that tells us they are one player away Maggette would be perfect. so if they get that one missing piece LeBron won't leave and they could win next year even...LeBron staying so lets focus on building a winning team a fu@k all this talk of cap for LeBron...we got Duhon Gallo and Chandler(who'll be a great player someday) now if we get Ellis then we're straight

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    Originally Posted by lanceroy
    No point having doubts. They are guaranteed to relocate to Brooklyn by the 2010-11 season. And ya I totally agree with this thread. I've been feeling the same since way way back when the a member first ever posted the great prospect of luring in Lebron by 2010. Had New Jersey not be scheduled to be the Brooklyn Nets, maybe our chances of landing him would have gone from 5% up to 20%. But we all have to stop talking about him. Ya let's save cap space. But enough with statements like, "We all have to save up on cap for Lebron." Maye ya'll should change it to "We all have to save up on cap for the superstars who'd be available by then." That sounds much better. Secondly I wouldn't want our Knicks team to be run in a style that revolves on one single player. That's one reason why the Cavs are so predictable and boring. Lebron is not going to be a Knick. Period. He's attracted by the Knicks no doubt, but there are just way way too many reasons for him to choose the Brookyln Nets than the New York Knicks.
    Don't predict things you don't know, "no doubt"

    lmao.

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    Originally Posted by metrocard
    Don't predict things you don't know, "no doubt"

    lmao.
    Huh??? LOL!

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    Originally Posted by DaTPRiNCE
    look ima tell you guys this now LeBron is STAYING in Cleveland...they have a good team and they are one piece away from the title the last 3 postseasons proved that game 7 against Detroit...they needed someone to hit open shots when detroit was focusing on Lebron and in the Finals the same story it was 5-on-1 and no help for LeBron and this year against the celtics in game 1 if someone was hitting shots when Lebron was off they coulda won in 6 games and game 7 the Pierce had too-much help and LeBron was alone..so that tells us they are one player away Maggette would be perfect. so if they get that one missing piece LeBron won't leave and they could win next year even...LeBron staying so lets focus on building a winning team a fu@k all this talk of cap for LeBron...we got Duhon Gallo and Chandler(who'll be a great player someday) now if we get Ellis then we're straight
    True I totally agree. We seem to be forgetting about his chances of staying in Cleveland. I didn't mention it in my post, but his first option would surely be to stay with Cleveland if the team is championship-ready at that time (or if they'll have won it next year or in 2 years, or at least made the finals again), next would be Brooklyn. A very distant and improbable third option is New York. The original article posted by LJ4ptplay made reasonable points. Not that it's any new to me. But I think we should really all forget about Lebron.

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    Nyk Logo It's Very, Very Possible...

    Watch every step that happens with Cleveland and Lebron's Goals...

    2007: SWEPT in Finals (Pistons really choked on defense to let them in...)
    2008: Bounced by the Celtics, because the same team that got swept wasn't really good enough to deal with Boston 3.
    2009: Magic had their number all year long and Front office didn't get anyone to deal with Orlando if they faced them....?

    Lebron's Global Goal: He probably could achieve this if he stayed with Cleveland, but remember in the Olympics; People generally knew Kobe as a global icon. They didn't show Lebron the same attention. LA is one of the 3 top media markets.

    It is very possible that he may go to the Knicks over anyone else. Brooklyn, I don't think that is a serious reality because of the timeframe it will be ready and the lack of a good coach.

    I don't know, I hear some very good feedback on this forum; but I keep thinking that Lebron heads to the Garden 41 Home Games a Season.

    LEBRON2NY.COM !!!

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