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  • Will Robinson posted 1483 days ago

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    What Does Lebron James Signing in Miami Mean?

    Lebron goes to Miami, what in the world does this mean? It means that teams will be scrambling for the leftovers. I means that Miami is closer to being a winner for a long time. It means that Miami closer to winning championships baring injuries to key players. But, who will ultimately be the winners in all of this? Some say that Miami doesn't hardly have any money left. What can Miami do to fill a roster? Miami doesn't have to do anything. Miami is the winner and the power players. They only have about 5 guys on the rosters now, but soon they will have their roster filled. But, how with hardly no money? With Bosh, Lebron and Wade on the same team it's home cooking to Sailor who hasn't been home and had any home cooking for years. That sailor will get wind of the smell of that cooked meal and he come a running. This what will go on in Miami. They will not have to worry about filling a roster. They don't even have to worry about the money. When Lebron signed every player in the league smelled championship. That's like home cooking soon ever player that ever wanted to win a championship that haven't will come a running. Player that would like to win another championship will be on the way. Players will be willing to play for nothing because the championship pieces are in place. Who could come a running? I will mention just a few names available Tracey McGrady, Allen Iverson, Jerry Stackhouse, Kurt Thomas, Juan Howard, Richard Jefferon, Josh Howard, Grant Hill, Jason Williams, Michael Redd, Quentin Richardson and others. This team could also attract some guys that feel like their teams are not offering them what they deserve such as Shannon Brown, Derek Fisher, Jordan Farmar, Josh Powell, Adam Morrison, DJ Mbenga and Nate Robinson. Kobe needs to contact the front office immediately. If he thought Boston was tough if they have to play Miami in the championship with some of these players on the roster Kobe may never see that six ring. By Lebron signing the reverberations will be felt throughout all the league for years. What Bosh, Wade and Lebron and the Miami organization has done will change this league in ways that they can't even imagine. Remember the movie “The Field of Dreams”, remember the phrase you build it and they will come. Well, Miami has built it and they are coming, championships and players who want to win championships at all cost.

  • Will Robinson posted 1483 days ago

    Will  Robinson

    What Lebron James Signing in Miami Mean?

    Lebron goes to Miami, what in the world does this mean? It means that teams will be scrambling for the leftovers. I means that Miami is closer to being a winner for a long time. It means that Miami closer to winning championships baring injuries to key players. But, who will ultimately be the winners in all of this? Some say that Miami doesn't hardly have any money left. What can Miami do to fill a roster? Miami doesn't have to do anything. Miami is the winner and the power players. They only have about 5 guys on the rosters now, but soon they will have their roster filled. But, how with hardly no money? With Bosh, Lebron and Wade on the same team it's home cooking to Sailor who hasn't been home and had any home cooking for years. That sailor will get wind of the smell of that cooked meal and he come a running. This what will go on in Miami. They will not have to worry about filling a roster. They don't even have to worry about the money. When Lebron signed every player in the league smelled championship. That's like home cooking soon ever player that ever wanted to win a championship that haven't will come a running. Player that would like to win another championship will be on the way. Players will be willing to play for nothing because the championship pieces are in place. Who could come a running? I will mention just a few names available Tracey McGrady, Allen Iverson, Jerry Stackhouse, Kurt Thomas, Juan Howard, Richard Jefferon, Josh Howard, Grant Hill, Jason Williams, Michael Redd, Quentin Richardson and others. This team could also attract some guys that feel like their teams are not offering them what they deserve such as Shannon Brown, Derek Fisher, Jordan Farmar, Josh Powell, Adam Morrison, DJ Mbenga and Nate Robinson. Kobe needs to contact the front office immediately. If he thought Boston was tough if they have to play Miami in the championship with some of these players on the roster Kobe may never see that six ring. By Lebron signing the reverbations will be felt thoughout all the league for years. What Bosh, Wade and Lebron and the Miami organization has done will change this league in ways that they can't even imagine. Remember the movie “The Field of Dreams”, remember the phrase you build it and they will come. Well, Miami has built it and they are coming, championships and players who want to win championships at all cost.

  • Will Robinson posted 1483 days ago

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    The Knicks just got better. I though it seems like it's a little too late. Perhaps it is a little too late to get Lebron, but not too late for the future. Not, since the days of Hakeem “the dream” Olajuwon and Ralph Sampson in Houston have we seen two potentially dominating centers or big men. The Knicks in their attempt to get Lebron James signed Amare Stoudamire. They just sign another big man that can move Jerome James from the Bucks. Although, he is young, this guy has skills. I don't think that the Knicks are done yet. They will have to make more big moves after the great disappoint of not getting Lebron to satisfy the Knick faithful. They are now on the move again David Lee was just sent to the Golden State Warriors. That will free up money for perhaps another big man or perhaps a big name.

  • Will Robinson posted 1484 days ago

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    Lebron James will appear Thursday night 9pm on ESPN. He will make his decision in regards to which team that he will play for for the next 3-5 years. It's great tv, good for the NBA and it will be the biggest decision for a free agent ever. For Lebron if he leaves he will be turning his back on his hometown and state of Cleveland. Most people believe that that will factor in in him staying in Cleveland. It is a fact that Cleveland has had good teams in the past and good players, but they have never won the big one. The days of Brad Daughtery, Ron Harper and Mark Price are long gone. Unfortunately, Lebron hasn't had that type of talent around him since he has been there and as a result Lebron has never won a championship title. Should Cleveland be angry if he leave after faithfully giving his all for 7-8 years? It's understandable if some get upset. It's a normal reaction. Will he be the most hated man in Cleveland? The media says yes. But, I ask what hurts more loosing the championship one more year, getting knock out of the playoffs a few more years or having your guy represent you in another city that not to far away and winning it all for a few years to come. Lebron James is going too Miami. I could be wrong, but if he goes anywhere else it wouldn't be the same for Cleveland. Imagine your guy leaving and still loosing.Chicago looks like a great choice, but to play with experience players like Dwanye Wade and Chris Bosh the Cleveland pain would be sooth so much faster.A championship is almost guaranteed. This looks like the Big 3 that went to Boston, but the different hear is that these guys are all in their prime. Cleveland fans must look at it this way.The drive or the flight wouldn't be too bad. The scenery isn't too bad either. As a matter of fact ever game to Miami would be like a vacation away from home. Who wouldn't want that in the middle of winter.The team of Wade, Bosh and Lebron is a dream team. I could be wrong but I beleive that most of the Cleveland Cavalier fans are not Cavalier fans anyway. Most just love Lebron. Lebron fans will get over the pain and follow the King where ever he goes.Good-bye Cleveland and hello Miami Lebron is coming to town. In the famous words of Terrell Owens,Miami" get your popcorn ready".

  • Will Robinson posted 1493 days ago

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    My traded perdictions. Lebron to the Bulls or Knicks. Chrish Bosh to Lakers or Bulls. Wade is the odd man out, but there will be enough free agents that could land in Miami.The idea of Lebron, Bosh and Wade going to Chicago is a pipe dream. This would be nice for Chicago, but their simply wouldn't be enough balls to go around. This would be a dream team with 4 scorers and 4 great defenders. But, Lebron wouldn't have that King status. Lebron has to be the man. We must not forget Amare Stoudamire, Steve Nash,Nowitzki,Michael Redd,Yao Ming,Chris Paul,Tracey McGrady,Stephen Jackson,Brad Miller,Mike Miller, Joe Johnson,Carlos Boozer,Rajon Rondo,Brando Roy, it's really going to get crazy in the NBA.

  • Will Robinson posted 1493 days ago

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    It may be a problem with Andrew Bynum making 14 million a year, but I'm sure something could be workout Perhaps, a trade with the Wizards for Kirk Hinrich. Hinrich is due 17 million Bynum is due 14 million. Washington is rebuildiing perhaps the Lakers can give them Bynum and another piece. I think Luke Walton is still under contract. Thay would have to sign Farmar then trade him. I think that might work. The Lakers definitely wants Hinrich for his defense. Fisher is a liability on defense when it comes guard the top guards in the league.The Lakers are going to have to address this issue.I heard that they wanted a tall guard, but I don't see anyone out there right now that that has the skills like Hinrich.

  • Will Robinson posted 1496 days ago

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    The Lakers just got 2 step closer to another championship with Devin Ebanks and Derrick Carater.If Bosh joins the Lakers you might as well crown them now. If they really want to close the deal all they have to do is add Kirk Hinrich. Derrick Fisher will finally get a legit backup. This could turn into SHOWTIME 2.