Yeah that's about right, by the way, where do you think Lebron will sign?
Well, everyone saying New York and thats problay right. What about you?
1: N.J nets
2. N.Y Knicks
3: Detroit Pistons
4: Bucks ( Sorry Brandon Jennings, get a little older )
Them or Chicago, because they have the most cap room, and LeBron has two eyes that look like this ( $$ )
My guess is he'll stay in Cleveland. He even said himself that Cleveland had an edge for making a contract.
He wouldn't. 1. He wouldn't have a good coach because Mike's contract expired. 2. He doesn't have a supporting cast. 3. Cleveland does not have a signing edge.
Five years is a long time in the NBA, Things shift so quickly, you cant say certain teams wont get any title, in fact, teams like new jersey,Memphis and oklahoma city will probably be the biggest threats in 5 years, because of their young talent, but to prove my point, within the last 5 years, miami went from Champions to hopeless, The lakers went from hopeless to Champoins, The Celtics went from hopeless to champs, the pisons went from Champs to hopeless, Five years will change everything
I can't see New Jersey winning a title in the next 10 seasons. Even when they were at their best potential to get a ring, they cam up short.
Nets and Clippers, I think.
Timberwolves put the ''Terrib'' into terrible.
Sorry I got back to you late, but I totally agree. For some reason Nets don't and will never have that 96' Chicago look and feel for for the game.
New Jersey Nets(ReBuilding) with Avery. Portland(Just Miller,Camby) need some step ups, San Antonio(Timmy and Parker gone=8 in west) and No way OKC they are in top form with Russel and KD.Houston Rockets(Nobody) Thank Goodness nobody put Phoenix Suns the C- grade Team NBA.com
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