Where Will The Top Four 2010 Free Agents End Up?

Eric DormanAnalyst IJune 30, 2010

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So as we near midnight of the start of the NBA Free Agency where will the top players land? Well, I have my predictions set below. :)

1.Lebron James

Since Lebron is probably the biggest name being tossed up in this year NBA Free Agency Market I will start with him. After a few days of rumors and speculation of which team he will sign with. Everything really makes sense for him to sign with Chicago. Because one they have a young team,two they traded Kirk Heinrick to Washington which cleared about 9 Million Dollars, and three Lebron would already have good players around him in Chicago therefore the Bulls would only need a few more players to really have a playoff type team.

So for myself anyways it seems crystal clear that all of the pieces fall right into place for Lebron to choose Chicago. However James doesn't want to cut ties with Cleveland and he could very well end up signing a max deal with the Cavaliers. 

2. Dwayne Wade

I see Dwayne Wade staying with the Miami Heat because he publicly said he doesn't want to leave that city and he is more or less trying to convince the Heat that he needs another big star down in Miami with him. As the way I see it I think that all Dwayne is trying to do is to try to convince the heat that he needs help and that he needs another big NBA Player to come and play on the Heat.

In my opinion it's really clear now that Wade will end up signing with the Heat when the Miami Heat have signed either Carlos Boozer,Amare Stoudemire,or someone else. 

3. Chris Bosh

Honestly I have heard from multiple sources and NBA Experts that say Chris Bosh will go wherever Lebron and they're right. However Chris Bosh did say that if Lebron where to just stay in his hometown and pick the Cavs then Bosh wouldn't sign with Cleveland. 

As I stated above when I was talking about Lebron, it makes sense for Lebron to go to Chicago and Bosh to follow him their. It's however a 50/50 chance.

Chris Bosh I think is one of the best player in the NBA and can you just imagine when all this is done the lucky team that will pick him up will have a big time player on their roster.

4.Paul Pierce

Just recently Paul Pierce has decided to opt out of his contract as a Boston Celtic and become a NBA Free Agent. Okay well....maybe Paul just got sick and tried of of finishing these past NBA Seasons with only one NBA Championship and loses?

Or could it be and this is what I think myself is that maybe Paul just wanted a change from the Celtic Green. ;-/ I truly think that Paul will either end up with a new team or just resign with the Celtics. I know it's probably a safe bet to say that I think now from what multiple sources are saying is that Paul Pierce will probably most definitely resign with Boston and still wear the Celtic Green.