If He goes to the Miami heat, i swear I'm done with basketball. This is BS! No one wants to see a stupid overpowered team with 3 superstars. Even as a Knicks fan I wouldn't even want to see all 3 of them on the Knicks. I rather have Amar'e and Lebron then, Amar'e, Lebron and Wade on my Team. It's not fair for other NBA teams. Screw this crap
No, he won't. Goooooooosfraba
I hear you. Just boycott games when MIA comes to town.
BUT, the good part of it: MIA is no lock to beat LAL next year. Some GMs might even load LAL up with some players at the deadline to screw with MIA.
ALSO, the owners will lock the players out when the CBA expires next Summer, because they will be so disgusted how the players colluded this offseason and played them (forcing them to beg and grovel).
Lebron will be forever known as the titleless sidekick who won nothing and turn the lights off in the NBA. It'll be 2012-2013 and his brand/image would be destroyed. Meanwhile, Kobe....
You get the point. The pressure would be so great for MIA to win next year, it'll destroy the 3.
Bosh is a chump who has never accomplished anything. The NBA handed Wade a title with that disgusting (rigged) 4th quarter in game-3 of the finals.
It would actualy be funny to WITNESS that, THE KING as the jester in Wade County.
Heck, ORL-CHI-BOS-MIL-ATL-NYK would still be decent squads, and might even shock the choke artist. Who knows.
Get me Ridnour, Morrow and Randolph and I'll prepare for battle.
We dont have to beg anyone we will be back on top in due time. If he goes to Miami I cant wait for us to beat them. We are in great shape and beating a Miami team in a playoff series with those 3 fags on the team would be even better than beating them with the King.. If that makes sense
The NBA at its peak was all about rivalries. This would be some real BS if he decided to piggy back with Bosh and Wade. Three of the NBA's biggest stars on one team certainly tips the balance in the east, but it also makes it less competitive overall.
If he goes to MIA he will get booed like hell in the Garden and will no longer walk the streets of NY will the glow that we gave him.
stop with the sour grapes, if LeBron came to New York and we got Carmelo or Parker in 2011 we would have been the team with 3 superstars and you would be just as happy with that. dont hate on the league or Miami.
Your right we would probably be happy. But we aren't in that position so naturally we hate.
what I am upset most is the way LeBron teased Knicks fans, used us for pipe dream down to the last day to come near us in Connecticut to announce he is going to Miami. I really hate him for that and will consider banning items associated with him like Nike, Upper Deck, and other endorsements. let karma serve some bitch.
What it shows is LaBron's insecurity and how he feels about his own skills. Didn't see Jordon running to a team that had 2 or 3 other SUPER stars!! Magic Johnson made guys around him stars but didn't bolt from LA to play with Boston..... If James was 35 and at the tail end of his career then I would be all for it but to take the easy way out and relinquish the #1 status and leadership status to piggy back other players to achieve your goal states volumes about who this man is!!! If he goes, Walsh needs to bide his time, stay patient and get that complimentary piece for Amare. If they make that deal with Golden State; they will only be bringing back less than 10 mil which will allow them to make a run at Melo next season....
Some very well-written quotes about LBJ should he decide to go to MIA
I think it's a cop-out. Any super-competitive person would rather beat Dwyane Wade than play with him. Don't you want to find the Ali to your Frazier and have that rival pull the greatness out of you? That's why I'm holding out hope that LeBron signs with New York or Chicago (or stays in Cleveland), because he'd be saying, "Fine. Kobe, Dwight and Melo all have their teams. Wade and Bosh have their teams. The Celtics are still there. Durant's team is coming. I'm gonna go out and build MY team, and I'm kicking all their asses." That's what Jordan would have done. Hell, that's what Kobe would have done.
In May, after the Cavs were ousted in the conference semifinals, I wrote that LeBron was facing one of the greatest sports decisions ever: "winning (Chicago), loyalty (Cleveland) or a chance at immortality (New York)."
I never thought he would pick "HELP!"
LeBron joining Wade after his 2010 playoffs flameout, in my opinion, is like Conan O'Brien getting kicked in the teeth by NBC, then overreacting and forming a late-night version of "The View" with Chris Rock, Adam Carolla and Jeffrey Ross over trying to create his own show somewhere else. (Note to Carolla and Ross: Don't get excited, it's only a hypothetical.) Total cop-out. The move of someone who, deep down, doesn't totally trust his own talents any more. And maybe he doesn't.