LeBron may never be MJ, but he can do something His Airness never did: control the entire NBA.
I’ve heard, read and thought about every rumor and possibility for LeBron this summer and most of them make no sense, some even worse than that. The only two ideas that we’re reasonable were LeBron in a S&T to the Clippers or just simply re-signing with Miami. And even both of those seemed a little far-fetched and a little boring, respectively.
But then I read Andy Glockner’s take and I was instantly sold.
What can be better than LeBron taking his talents everywhere? The only exciting news in Free Agency for the last 5 years has been the two times LeBron had to make a decision.
Why limit the off-season fun to every 4 years? Why not make it every year? Why shouldn’t LeBron dominate the headlines the same way Kim Kardashian or Justin Beiber does? Why should the best of this generation control his own fate and with it control the NBA?
It’s not going to happen, but it would be a marvel to witness if it did.
LeBron James threw down this incredible game winning shot, to lead the Miami Heat to a 93-91 victory over the Portland Trail Blazers tonight. He was clutch in the finals minutes and finished with an impressive 32 points, 6 rebounds, 5 assists and 4 steals.