True, but look at Shaq when in Orlando, and T-Mac in Orlando.futuristxen said:I think Lebron wants to be a Cav.
And the Cavs will pay him the most.
KG never left Minnesota.
AI stayed in Philly.
Lebron, much to the chagrin of Knick fans, will stay in Cleveland.
Corrected for you.MilBucksFan2TheCore said::whoknows: I had a dream that LeBron is on his way to Milwaukee. :raised_ey I would not doubt it. Milwaukee is a great sports town and wouldl love to have him. Maybe one day he might even play in Milwaukee for this man...http://images.sportsline.com/u/jordan/2001/viewer/wizards/02_03/week10/a9.jpg
Spike Lee said the Knicks have a shot at Cleveland's LeBron James when James becomes a free agent after the summer of 2006. Lee is involved with Nike and knows James' agent, Aaron Goodwin. Lee claims there's a clause in James' Nike contract that would pay him more to play in New York.
That fact makes it not so absurd for James to sign for the $5 million midlevel exception that the capped-out Knicks could offer, although it would seem unlikely. The Knicks probably would need to work a sign-and-trade with the Cavs so they can pay him the maximum.
"There's no guarantee LeBron is going back to Cleveland," Lee said several times at his courtside seat, schmoozing with reporters as he geared up for Pacers star Reggie Miller's final game at the Garden on Tuesday.
Understatement of the farking century. :laugh: The only way he goes to NY is when they have cap space to sign him to close to the MAX. I doubt the clause in the Nike contract could make up the difference between an MLE contract and a MAX contract (which is in the tens of millions).That fact makes it not so absurd for James to sign for the $5 million midlevel exception that the capped-out Knicks could offer, although it would seem unlikely.