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NBA Free Agency: Imagine the Possibilities

Jake WinieckiCorrespondent IIIApril 11, 2010

With 2010 NBA free agency looming, it's time to let the speculation begin.

Let's just say that the league's top free agents were willing to take a pay cut in order to all play together. Imagine how good they could be? 

Here is how it would go:

It would start with the Knicks signing LeBron James, and then Dwayne Wade and Chris Bosh would follow.

After losing in the playoffs, Amare Stoudemire and Steve Nash decide to join their former coach in New York.

Nash would be able to control the flow of the game, so that all those super stars aren't fighting over the ball. 

Stoudemire and Bosh would dominate down low, and no one could stop Wade and James from doing basically whatever they want. 

There would be nothing from stopping these guys from going at least 73-9 and breaking the all-time wins record in a single season.

The only problem is that this will probably never happen. However, the Knicks could still get at least two, if not three of these guys, with James being the central focus. 

In a perfect world these guys would take less money to do this, but that's not happening. 

With Carlos Boozer and Raymond Felton also becoming free agents, we could see a couple super teams form from a combination of these free agents and some players already locked down on their teams.

Let's hope that we see some big changes, just to make things exciting.

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