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So should we be a bit concerned going forward about this possibility?
Too often, we judge other groups by their worst examples while judging ourselves by our best intentions.
In what world does LeBron James lose before The Finals, and then decide come back out of loyalty to Cleveland at age 33? The same LeBron that already left once to form a super team and staged The Decision? In a league where Kevin Durant jumped on a 73 win team?Fwahahahahahahahah
LeBron will try to ring chase and fail. Where ever he goes is still worse than golden state
Quote from: CelticsElite on November 17, 2017, 08:29:01 PMLeBron will try to ring chase and fail. Where ever he goes is still worse than golden stateNot that I'm advocating this, but if Lebron joined Boston for cheap and we kept most of this team intact, you still think we can't beat GSW?
Bill Simmons speculates Lebron joining Philly in his latest Ringer article.
Here's something I've actually been thinking about. In a hypothetical world, where LeBron and Kyrie had no prior relationship, and the C's didn't sign Gordon Hayward last summer but instead have that cap space available next summer, do you think LeBron would consider joining the C's?While the C's young studs might not be as tantalizing as Philly's, they're still proving to be very legit, plus the rest of the supporting cast is better equipped to help LeBron win now. And as much as LeBron likes to call the shots, you'd have to think he'd love to play for a coach like Stevens and have a cold blooded GM like Ainge.So in this bizarro world scenario, where Kyrie and LeBron have never played together, and the cap space the C's used to sign Hayward is available next summer, you'd have to think the C's could be at the top of LeBron's list. Definitely crazy to think about, but to me it seems plausible.I can just see his Players' Tribune article now. "I won championships with my friends in Miami and for my home city of Cleveland, now I want the chance to win a championship with the greatest franchise in basketball history."