Six Things That Could Happen During the Lebron James Special
We are just a little over 24 hours away from hearing LeBron James' decision.
Tomorrow night, King James is going to tell the world where he will play next season.
Some think he'll stay in Cleveland. Others say he'll join Wade and Bosh in Miami or Rose, Noah and Boozer in Chicago. New Yorkers are still convinced he's going to the Knicks.
The truth is, no one really knows what LeBron is doing right now.
We will all find out at 9pm Eastern time tomorrow. But, here are some ideas of what could happen.
LeBron decides to retire
In front of a crowd of reporters with jaws agape, LeBron announces his retirement from basketball.
Even more shocking, he decides to switch to baseball and play with the Birmingham Barons. He will go on to hit .200 with 11 RBIs in the 2011 season.
He will then come back to Cleveland halfway through the 2011-2012 NBA season.
Every Cavs fan in Ohio gets excited, until they lose in the second round to the Orlando Magic.
LeBron joins the Celtics with the mid-level exception
Hey, a man can dream, right?
LeBron stays with the Cavaliers, embracing the city of Cleveland
He apologizes to the fans for toying with their emotions, and makes it up to them by embracing his status as a Cleveland celebrity.
He insists that the Cavs sign fellow Cleveland celebrity Drew Carey. Management agrees and immediately signs the overweight Carey to play starting center, as he proves to be a significant upgrade over Shaquille O'Neal.
LeBron leaves and lets Cleveland know what he really thinks
After holding it in for seven years, Lebron finally leaves, letting his former Cavaliers teammates know what he thinks of them. They kept him from winning a title, so on his way out he quotes the scene in "Half Baked" when Scarface quits his fast food job.
LeBron goes to Miami as a two sport athlete
In addition to the Heat, Lebron joins the Dolphins as a tight end. His skills carry over from his prep years, and he becomes a Pro Bowl tight end.
Like I said, a man can dream, can't he?
LeBron's announcement is interrupted by Kanye West
Fed up with the hype surrounding LeBron's decision, and remembering his Chicago roots, Kanye storms the stage and says "Yo LeBron! I'm really happy for you and your decision, and Im'ma let you finish, but Michael Jordan is still the greatest basketball player of ALL TIME!! Of ALL TIME!!!"