Forget all other scenarios, LeBron James is fit for the Clippers
cast to a guy who is probably pretty intent on winning a championship.
He can stay in Cleveland and make more money than anywhere else, but how much would they have to pay you to live in Cleveland?
Throw out Minneapolis and Oklahoma City, too, because no one wants to live there. The Knicks are loaded with stiffs, making it impossible to win any time soon and he will be halfway through his contract before New Jersey is playing in something other than a dump.
That leaves, Miami, Chicago and the worst sports franchise known to mankind.
Does James want to play with another megastar like Dwyane Wade? Doubt it.
Hard to argue with Chicago right now, but for someone like James, who has already shown a keen interest in Hollywood, why not the entertainment capital?
The Clippers have seven players under contract for next season, potential young stars in Blake Griffin and Eric Gordon to go along with Baron Davis, Chris Kaman and Al Thornton.
If the Clippers still have to drop someone to clear more salary room for James, that's easy -- bye Al.
In a recent interview, Donald Sterling was talking about having a ton of money and wanting to spend it on a superstar. He thought he had a deal with Kobe Bryant. Why shouldn't he think there's a chance to land James?
Re: Forget all other scenarios, LeBron James is fit for the Clippers
Tge Clippers would be a good option for LeBron. Not just saying that because I'm a Clipper fan. The Clips have a lot of talent that Lebron can turn into contenders. I've learned the hard way from the Kobe Bryant experiance so I'm not betting anything at all.