Do you really want to go to Chicago? Do you want to have to win seven titles to be regarded as the best in your town? Jordan's shadow exists. And it is large. You respect Jordan, I understand. Don't let Jordan's stature diminish your legacy.
Miami? Wade owns that town. He brought them a title, something you have yet to do, King. You aren't going to be numero uno in Miami. You'll be 1A, at best. Perhaps, second banana to Dwyane. You don't want that. Who takes the final shot? Who takes control of the game when the team is in a rut? eck, who brings the ball up the court? Wade's done it for years in Miami. He's entrenched.
New York? The Knicks don't have a dominant history. But, they did win two championships. They had a great run in the 90s, possibly could have won more if it weren't for Jordan's Bulls representing a road block. Plus, do you want the pressure of playing for the Knicks, where they'll turn on you if you don't bring the goods quickly? The Knicks beat writers are nasty and the fans are nastier.
But with the Nets? Jason Kidd, best player in Nets history, was certainly great, but you immediately become the top player in Nets history. There is no legacy to follow. The Nets have yet to win a title. They have yet to carry an NBA league MVP. Sure, they were decent in the ABA days, but who cares? You can practically start a franchise's history. You will have your own legacy. Some guys are iconic in cities. Bill Russell- Celtics. Michael Jordan- Bulls. Tim Duncan- Spurs. Karl Malone- Jazz. LeBron James- Nets.
Come to the Garden State, LeBron. Go to Brooklyn in two years. You're all ready a superstar. Be a legend.