Every King Needs a Castle: Why Lebron Should’nt Stay in Cleveland

Posted: 6th November 2009 by Shady Botros in NBA
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With LeBron James arriving in New York tonight, he gets ready to face one of the teams willing to throw him a max contract in the summer of 2010. LeBron will take on the Knicks on Friday night, primetime, ESPN, MSG, media, bright lights. The stage is set for the King as he looks to top the 50 point mark for the 3rd time at the garden. However, LeBron James plays for Cleveland and he wonÆt change jerseys at halftime. But there is hope, because unless you've been living under a rock you know that The King will end up in the highest bidders lineup when free agency hits this coming summer. Honestly, I think that LeBron staying in Cleveland wonÆt do anybody any goodùeven if he wins it all this year. I know that itÆs his hometown, I know thathe loves Cleveland and vice versa, but if LeBron c ...

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