LeBron 2010: The Year We Make Contract

by Mark on September 15, 2009

From the makers of the timeless 2001: A James Odyssey comes an epic sequel the likes of which the NBA offseason has never seen – LeBron 2010: The Year We Make Contract.

Cleveland Cavaliers LeBron James summer 2010 offseason

Seven years after appeasing his native state, LeBron James may aim to take his mission of winning an NBA championship becoming obscenely wealthy to another far off planet. Will it be the New York Knicks who provide LeBron with a suitable dock in Madison Square Garden? Or could it be the New Jersey Nets, perpetually orbiting Brooklyn under the navigation of Jay-Z, who will finally land in their new destination with their new star?

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  • http://www.kneejerknba.blogspot.com/ KneeJerkNBA

    Nobody's talking about the Lakers but they've got better pieces (Odom, Gasol, Bynum, Artest) if Cleveland wants to sign & trade. Who else can put together a better offer?

  • http://majorleaguejerk.com/ spencer096

    do you have any idea what the city of cleveland would do if the cavs traded lebron?

    stop smoking crack.

  • http://sportstsar.com/ sportstsar

    If the LeBron circus starts pointing its nose out of town at any point during this season, they'd be fools not to consider a sign & trade. I bet if they don't make a solid Finals run this year, he may look elsewhere.

    A sign & trade to get something in return would be a lot wiser than just letting him walk away for nothing.

    Crack is whack.

  • http://majorleaguejerk.com/ spencer096

    do you have any idea what the city of cleveland would do if the cavs traded lebron?

    stop smoking crack.

  • http://sportstsar.com/ sportstsar

    If the LeBron circus starts pointing its nose out of town at any point during this season, they'd be fools not to consider a sign & trade. I bet if they don't make a solid Finals run this year, he may look elsewhere.

    A sign & trade to get something in return would be a lot wiser than just letting him walk away for nothing.

    Crack is whack.