Partners in Crime: Who Should LeBron James Pair with in 2010?

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Partners in Crime: Who Should LeBron James Pair with in 2010?

Everyone keeps debating where LeBron James should go and what team would give him the best opportunity to win a championship within the coming few NBA seasons.

However, perhaps it is not where he decides to play next season, but who he decides to play with that will count the most.

As many news outlets have recently reported, James and the other superstars of this NBA free agent class (namely Dwyane Wade, Chris Bosh, Joe Johnson and possibly Amar'e Stoudemire) will hold something of a summit to discuss where they all might choose to sign next season.

In a perfect world, a team like the Knicks can convince James, Wade, and Bosh to take discounts and all sign together (the three superstars would then theoretically go to a shoe company and make the money they lost in some kind of mega endorsement deal). It would be a Big Three that would make the Boston Celtics' 2008 "Big Three" look like a high school recreational team.

Too bad it will never happen, as the three superstars probably won't take that kind of paycut and it would be too much money for any team out there to commit to just three players, even with the supposed discount.

The best case scenario would be for James to pair up with one of these remaining superstars and form an impressive dynamic duo that could dominate the NBA with the right complimentary pieces.

So, the question remains, if James wants to win now, which of these superstars should he pair up with to get him to the promised land?

Read on to find out...

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