Knicks: The Real Ending to "The Sopranos" Revealed to LeBron James (Satire)

Christopher Chavez@@Chris_J_ChavezAnalyst IIJuly 4, 2010

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SB Nation is reporting that LeBron James was a big fan of "The Sopranos" when they were on the air. The show came to an abrupt halt and a black screen.

The window was left open to thousands of possible endings. Did Tony die? Who were the other people in the diner? Onion Rings?

But only one man was able to get a glimpse of how the show really ended. That man was the one and only LeBron James.

LeBron's eyes reportedly widened as the video was starting, when the Knicks put it on. James Gandolfini and Edie Falco were once again at it on their hit television show that won them several awards. 

According to SB Nation, the video showed that Tony Soprano was not dead and that he was under the witness protection program. He was hoping to make room in New York for his friend that needs a new home. 

Enter LeBron James. 

This was all done for LeBron James. The Knicks and the Sopranos went as far as they could to take one last shot at LeBron. LeBron is wanted in New York badly! Fans love him and several people are coming out of the woodwork to cheer him on. Some partially due to the fact that James cleared up rumors about Tony Soprano's death. 

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The Cavaliers made a similar gesture to The King. They decided to include him in an episode of "The Simpsons." Compared to what the Knicks had to offer, that is very weak. 

If I were LeBron (a phrase being thrown around quite a bit recently) and the decision came down to his acting taste, I would take "The Sopranos."

There is no way a film company goes the distance to reveal an ending to a superstar athlete and does not want a reward in the end. 

The Sopranos could have Homer Simpson and his family whacked at any time. It was all hands on deck for the Knicks. "The Sopranos" and James Gandolfini are officially on deck. 

LeBron, this one is on you and especially made for you...take the Knicks. 

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