So the rumor mill is already speculating where LeBron will go if he leaving Miami after this season. I like that the Clippers are part of this rumor (I find it flattering), but I don't think that dude is doing anything other than staying put. Miami is going to pull out all the stops to keep him, he's won two championships there, so unless something catastrophic happens, don't expect any big moves for King James.
Also, it should be noted that I like how the Clippers are right now, although they may be trading Dudley, so we'll see how that goes.
Lebron wants to win and Miami is getting worse . Unless wade and Bosh take reduced salaries that pay them like the role players they are , Miami has no shot next year.
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He's going to chicago....
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Talking about where Lebron is going is even more unpredictable than the 2015 coachella lineup. Lets table this.
LeBron joins Melo in LA and showtime is reborn
In all honesty, I can only see him staying in MIA or going back to Cleveland.
I hope Lebron goes back to Cleveland just to spite all the Cavs fans that burned his jersey.
They say it’d be a sign-and-trade built around Blake to make the salaries work. Clips would do it, as there is more of Championship opportunity with CP/Lebron than CP/Blake, but hard to see it happening unless Lebron forces Riley to trade him. Indiana looks like they’ll win it all this year and Wade is fading, so some kind of rebuild has to be in the cards. Still think Lebron has some loyalty to Riles and will stay with the Heat as they try to re-contend.
Speaking of the Clips and Heat, they’ll playing tonight at Staples (*rubs hands together*).
P.S. Can't stand Dudley and good riddance if some team is dumb enough to trade for him. Wish Bullock would get his minutes.
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I agree on Bullock.
Still not convinced that the LeBron talk with the Clippers is anything more than ESPN writing articles about rumors when nothing much else is going on. After all, they did write an article about a possible Carmelo/Griffin trade months ago, and that TOTALLY happened.
Opinions on Kobe's comeback?
I'll set the over/under at march 20th. And i'll take the over.
Personally, I think we don't see him again this season. I also have a strong feeling he's done for good.
He probably at least thinks he's good enough to finish as the NBA's all-time leading scorer, though logic may say otherwise as well. Whatever the motivation may be, I agree with bobert. I'd be stunned if this was it for Kobe.
I do think he will play again this season. Hopefully not until the final 2 weeks or season, but if the Lakers want even an small outside chance of signing LeBron or Mello Kobe has to come back and show that he can still play at a high level. As for him never coming back, he would have never signed that extension if this what it. He has said in the past that he was going to retire after this contract ends, but obviously he extended.
As far as him going for the scoring title, he might pass Malone but I don't see anyone passing Kareem. Kareem's and DiMaggio's hit streak are the two records I don't think will ever be broken.
Well, I don't think he's coming back before March, and I don't see any reason for him to come back if it's after march-this season at least.
Next season, I kind of see him pushing it too hard trying to prove himself based on his shiny new contract- hurting himself and then it's kaput.
Dude's a has been-it's enough.
Maybe Kobe will retire and the Lakers will build around Kendall Marshall.
If Bynum can give 10 or 15 good minutes off the bench for Indy in the playoffs, we got new NBA champs. Miami is going to have their hands full coming into these playoffs if they don't add a big man.
I agree that Kobe isn't finished, but Nash on the other hand, I'm not too optimistic about is future.
Regarding Melo: If any team's priority is to win a title do you really think they would go after Melo? I just don't feel like his style is conducive to winning basketball at all. I understand that non-contenders might want him to fill seats and make a playoff push, but I can't think of a team that he could go to where the entire team would thrive.
So LeBron demonstrated his clutch gene last night with two huge three pointers down the stretch. The night before he single handedly beat the Suns into submission. It seems as though he's eliminated flaws in his game, he's truly a pleasure to watch.
As for next year's Miami team, I expect Bosh to be moving addresses. Recent interviews gave subtle suggestions that his days of taking a discount might be over...
A must watch for any Nash fan.
I always liked Nash, nice video to see him in a human light. The guy was never physically dominant , he had to earn his place the hard way.
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Not sure if you saw this, but Davis & Nash are pretty funny in