Lebron's "team" ,as they ase referred to, see a move to NY as an overwhelming (as I see it, job threatening) issue.
Could they be the major hinderance in an LBJ snub of NY?
Read more: [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]The second is a legitimate concern that although playing in New York would be the most exciting basketball experience for LeBron and hold the greatest business potential, it may also prove to be an exhausting and complicated endeavor. LeBron's confidantes are comfortable in their current roles and are concerned that the New York atmosphere could be overwhelming, perhaps upsetting the balance of power that surrounds James. Should James decide to end his time in Cleveland, Chicago offers a big-market alternative to the Knicks with what some close to James view as less risk than New York, as well as a Midwestern atmosphere that would be more familiar to them. The Bulls also of course have a roster of attractive young talent in Derrick Rose and Joakim Noah.