CashMoney: "LeBron will be a Knick"

Tuesday, July 6, 2010

Ever since NBA free agency started July 1st, everyone connected to either the NBA, sports in general, New York, or Cleveland. Last night Yanks GM Brian Cashman was asked his opinion.

LeBron James is going to be a Knick. I'm convinced of it. New York is the place that will allow LeBron to be the player and person he wants to be, and it's all coming together. Just listen, LeBron James will be a Knick.

Now when John first told me about this he added that "someone should explain what a salary cap is to Cashman." Cashman probably knows more about microbiology (which I'm assuming isn't a lot) than he does NBA free agency, so I don't really think that Cashman's the guy to ask.

John's a big Knicks fan, so he's been drinking the Kool Aid waiting for LeBron to make his decision. I watched exactly 5 minutes of NBA basketball this season (the end of Game 7 of the Finals) so I could really care less where LeBron ends up (which I'm still convinced is back to Cleveland). I was a Nets fan back in the days of Jason Kidd/Kenyon Martin/Richard Jefferson so if he goes to the Nets, I'll probably jump on that bandwagon.
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