Let's start with the King himself, LeBron James.
Possible Suitors: Cleveland, Chicago, New Jersey, New York, L.A. Clippers, Miami, Dallas
Cleveland:It's his hometown, why would LeBron leave a place where everything is comfortable? He has the media there, he has the endorsements.
I know the endorsements could be better if he played for one of the New York-area teams, Chicago or L.A.
But it's hard to see LeBron giving up $30 million to go to another team unless he can be surrounded with a lot of talent which this next team has...
Chicago: The Bulls are the only team I can see having a shot at signing LeBron.
They already have a All-Star point guard in Derrick Rose, a high-energy player in Joakim Noah, Luol Deng, Taj Gibson, and many more players. Plus, they can sign another good high profile free agent, maybe Chris Bosh or Joe Johnson?
New Jersey: Little chance. The only reasons why they have a shot are their new owner (who has a lot of money) and Jay-Z. That's it.
Other than that, they would have to drastically change their roster to be able to sign LeBron. Even with Derrick Favors, I don't think it makes one bit of a difference.
New York: All LeBron hears from the media is, "NEW YORK, its the only way to go."
And I say NO!
We know LeBron loves playing in the greatest arena in the world, Madison Square Garden, and he would make so much money off endorsement deals.
But, the team has no talent whatsoever, except David Lee and he might be gone. So I say New Jersey has a better chance.
New York is visiting Joe Johnson first in L.A., then Amare Stoudamire in Phoenix. But then, they will be on their way to Akron to visit the king himself.
L.A. Clippers: It would be kind of cool to think of two kings in L.A. The king of L.A. himself, Kobe Bryant, and King James if he were a Clipper.
I'm telling you right now, the Clippers have some talent to surround LeBron with. Baron Davis, Eric Gordon, Chris Kaman, and Blake Griffin and Al Faroq Aminu who they just drafted from Wake Forest.
It's just, will LeBron go to L.A.? I really have little feeling that he might. But, the Clippers do have all the tools to entice the king, just like Chicago.
Miami: Can it happen? Can Pat Riley forge a dynasty in Miami?
It's hard to think of LeBron, Wade, and Bosh all on the same team because then the team would have no money, and would have to sign seven to nine guys to the minimum contract. So, it could happen and I'm definitely not ruling it out, but I don't think its the best place for LeBron.
Dallas: Anything is possible when you have a man in your organization named Mark Cuban, but this is only going to happen with a sign and trade.
Where he will land: Chicago. He will sign with the Bulls because they are built to win now, and they can sign him and another max free agent. Maybe Bosh? Boozer? Amare? Joe Johnson?