Thursday, November 12, 2009

Miami: A 2010 Destination for LeBron?

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As John Hollinger of ESPN said, the Miami Heat are for real this season. But next year, they'll be beyond real, and that's if they have a shot at signing LeBron James in the 2010 "magical" Free Agency.

Dwayne Wade and LeBron, how better can it get?

But you never know, there's a big chance of him resigning back with the Cavs. But I think he'll only resign with the team is if the Cavs can be more dominant then they were a year ago, but then ending up being trampled by the Magic as if they were the Kings.

But now, the Cavs look solid, and there may be a strong chance of him going back. But what if the Cavs struggle? I mean, look, they were like this at the starting of last year—unstoppable. And then after that, they failed in the playoffs.

If they end up like that, sorry Cleveland, but more bad news for your city's sports history. The Browns lose Braylon Edwards and the Cavs lose LeBron James.

Although there may be other teams going for LeBron, like a no-brainer—the Knicks. But James may want a team that can actually be a playoff contender. If the Knicks have a solid group of players on their roster in the 2010 offseason, the Knicks may be an option.

And you never, other teams might come up that you'll never expect. I mean, the Hornets have not gone off to such a good start, they could use him. Bobcats? Pacers? There's a lot. Heck, maybe even Oklahoma City with a pair of 'Bron and Durant.

But what about the Heat, like I said before? The Heat can be the best option out of all, unless if you were to put the Celtics or the Lakers in the picture—which will likely not happen. But I know, Dwayne Wade and LeBron? Are you kidding me?

How can they share the ball? They might turn into Allen Iverson ball-hoggers with themselves as teammates. I mean, you had A.I. and Carmelo Anthony on the Nuggets not too long ago, but it didn't go along too well.

But these guys aren't A.I. Not even close.

If James were to come to Miami, the depth chart may look like this, and it includes the roster from the 2009-10 season entering the 2010-11 season:

PG: Mario Chalmers
SG: Dwayne Wade
SF: LeBron James/Michael Beasley
PF: Udonis Haslem
C: Jermaine O'Neal

But hey, you never know, Beasley may complain and the guy's got too much talent to be a backup, even if it is LeBron. Just taking a strong guess here, but what if the Heat were to do this with James:

PG: Dwayne Wade
SG: LeBron James
SF: Michael Beasley
PF: Udonis Haslem
C: Jermaine O'Neal

I can take disagreements, but if that's good, fine with me. If you don't like that, fine with me. And if James were to land in Miami, I really don't think either if the depth chart were to end up like that, but it may be possible.

James and Wade together can be the ultimate one-two punch. If these two guys team up, oh man, it's not going to look good for the opponents. And James can finally get the ring he's been dying for while Wade will earn ring number two.

But will James actually land on a team like the Heat?

Probably not, but there have been surprises before in the NBA offseason, so I wouldn't be that surprised if this were to happen.

So answer this: Is Miami a fit for LeBron?

3 comments:

juegos de estrategia said...

I think lebron need a better center than the old one oneall

Josh Dhani said...

Agreed

James said...

LeBron teamed up with Wade? Who cares what other teammates he has? LeBron has gone to the finals with nobody on his team, adding Wade would put LeBron in the Conference finals every year and in the Finals every other year.

My Pistons are hoping he goes to a hopeless Knicks team or stays in a talentless Cleveland.