Post by Oklahoma City Thunder on Aug 8, 2010 19:09:05 GMT
My speculation is Utah or Orlando, assuming their caps will be in order.
In Utah, he can join Kobe Bryant and Tyreke Evans. As is, a past his prime Elton Brand will be the team's only post presence, but with Tyreke, Kobe, and LeBron, that will be arguably irrelevant.
In Orlando, he can team with Dwight Howard to complete the next devestating post/wing combo. Chauncey Billups can work the point, and Taj Gibson and Delonte West will fit in very nicely with the specific talents of the superstars. This is assuming the TC accepts the ORL/DET proposal that is open, but if he expresses he wants to sign in Orlando, that is a given.
If the cap is in order, I believe the Magic are arguably the best option for the King. He will complete a very well balanced team in Orlando, and there will not come the questions that will arise by teaming with Kobe. The question is, is he willing to play with Delonte West.
Post by Oklahoma City Thunder on Aug 8, 2010 19:38:10 GMT
The Warriors must be high in the competition too...
Brandon Jennings Monta Ellis LeBron James David Lee Andris Biedrins
...and that's not including Batum, or Wesley Johnson. There's a great amount of flexibility in transforming that team further. Golden State will be one of the best options if LeBron wants to be the obvious number one. I am glad I exchanged their one a few days ago. And sorry to the other teams for sending Ellis, Lee, and Johnson to Golden State and setting the stage for this.
It will be interesting, lebron will probably get a lot of love/hate letters for whatever he does. Video will be up at 9 tonight fellows, if there is a delay I'll letcha know, I have company over right now and I still need to re download some software from when my hard drive fried.
Post by New Jersey Nets on Aug 8, 2010 20:04:24 GMT
My inside sources tell me that Lebron has agreed to sign a minimum contract with the New Jersey Nets. The expected starting lineup is Lebron James - Ray Allen - Kevin Durant - Al Jefferson - Andrew Bynum