Second of all, even if this was a thread about Lebron's chances of signing with the Knicks you are sounding like a Knick fan who is in denial about the Cavs having a better opportunity of signing Lebron past the 2009-10 season than the Knicks have.Whenever you see Knick fans, who are objective about other teams in the NBA, you quickly deride them and dismiss them as being fans of those teams.Why should I embrace your opinion over actual NBA statistics? Aren't you the same person who speculated that the Knicks would finish the season eight games above five hundred? You are just speculating when you say that Iggy couldn't play second fiddle to Lebron James in Cleveland.Iggy has been doing everything that was required of him to do for the Philadelphia 76ers.What else would you like him to do? Play all five positions at the same time? If he is such an overrated basketball player why are general managers of other teams showing interest in him? Do you know more about the talent and impact of NBA players than the average NBA executive? The Cavs might have one of the best records in the league right now but Danny Ferry knows there is a good possibility that Lebron James's Cavalier days are being numbered and that the Cavs haven't been able to win an NBA championship with the roster that they currently have.His job as Cavs general manager is to look for ways to make his team better not to sit behind his desk gloating about how the Cavs beat the Lakers in two regular season games and how they own a 38-11 record.Thank God the NBA championship is decided in June and not in February and that teams have the privilege of playing eachother in 7 game series.
Lastly, you are giving way too much credit to Andre Miller.If Miller is such a great point guard and has such a tremendous impact on any team that he plays for why in his 12 year NBA career has he only taken his teams to the playoffs 5 times? Why did the Denver Nuggets get rid of him in the first place if he is this stupendous player? Are you basing his entire career on that one 52 point game that he had against the Mavericks the other day? I'm not overlooking Miller's ability to contribute at the point guard position, but to write off Andre Iguodala as some sort of bum and exalt Andre Miller as some colossal benefactor, to the team that he plays for, seems like an absurd thing to do.