NBA Owners Meetings. Free Agent Summit. Next, Role Players Gatherings?

Gary HowellContributor IJune 1, 2010

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Ok, I get NBA Owners meeting, but now we have Free Agent Summits on the horizon.  I guess it was a matter of time. If owners can decide what the players will have to abide to, why can't the best players (freely available) get together and figure out what they want to do?  Take a lesson from MJ, Take a pay cut and go win championships until the owners can't help but pay you loads of dough.  Does Lebron need top dollar to go and play?  Just think, Lebron in NY would be a good situation. He could own some of the team?  But I digress, what's next?

Role Players Gatherings:  Hmmmm...Defensive Specialist team up with Pure Shooter and go to teams as a package.  Not too many players who can do both.

6th Man get-togethers: If all the 6th men form a team, I bet they could win more games than the Nets.

12th Man Hang outs:  12th men demands better seats at end of bench. Butt cramps suck...

Lottery Picks Planning sessions:  Tops picks will find the one senior lottery pick and designate him the guy who buys the drinks.

Rap Groups: For those teams who can't afford half time show. Get the rappers on the team to work half time. Most of these players need the extra cash.

Don't look now... but they are coming?