joining the Bulls next year. In terms of basketball decisions, would there be a better young roster with cap space this offseason than the Bulls?
Taj? (I'd rather a serviceable, veteran 4 with a post game with the mid level exception)
Hinrich, JJ, 2010 rookie, and a SG that can hit the 3 off the bench, and a backup center.
This team would be in contention for titles for the rest of LeBron's career. The Knicks and the Nets both look absolutely dreadful this year. The Bulls have a younger, more talented roster than the Cavs do right now. And I don't see LeBron and Wade ever playing on the same team, they both need/want to be the main playmaker on their respected teams. This plan would require the Bulls to make an upgrade in coaching as well, obviously.
Michael did just fine becoming the biggest sports icon of the century in Chicago, I don't see why he needs NYC to obtain that. Why isn't there more mention of Chicago as a contender for LeBron? I heard Avery Johnson reference Houston, without mention of Chicago, as a possible destination for James this offseason? That's ridiculous.