alandoamazing
[link=http://nba.fanhouse.com/2009/12/22/dwyane-wade-pours-gasoline-on-possible-lebron-team-up-fire/]http://nba.fanhouse.com/2009/12/22/dwyane-wade-pours-gasoline-on-possible-lebron-team-up-fire/[/link]

Lebron might be headed to Miami.
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memorialbball
Alando=Amazing wrote:


[link=http://nba.fanhouse.com/2009/12/22/dwyane-wade-pours-gasoline-on-possible-lebron-team-up-fire/]http://nba.fanhouse.com/2009/12/22/dwyane-wade-pours-gasoline-on-possible-lebron-team-up-fire/[/link]

Lebron might be headed to Miami.


Maybe Kobe and Meo could work something out. Seeing the four best players playing the finals someday would be great.
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nike1
MemorialBBall wrote:


Alando=Amazing wrote:


[link=http://nba.fanhouse.com/2009/12/22/dwyane-wade-pours-gasoline-on-possible-lebron-team-up-fire/]http://nba.fanhouse.com/2009/12/22/dwyane-wade-pours-gasoline-on-possible-lebron-team-up-fire/[/link]

Lebron might be headed to Miami.


Maybe Kobe and Meo could work something out. Seeing the four best players playing the finals someday would be great.


I did say last year D-Wade might end up in Cleveland or LeBron in Miami what ever it is they could be playing with each other in 2010.
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LLegend4eva_old
They team up, so what? I think the possiblity of them playing together excites the imagination in theory but no way do I think those two teaming up on the same team would make a good team, in reality.
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MWarrior2008_old
LLegend4eva wrote:


MWarrior2008 wrote:


If these two were to be able to share the wealth and pass the ball to each other when need be I could see these two being formidable scoring machines. All in all I think it would be a good move for Miami if they could acquire Lebron James.


Problem is, does Miami acquire Lebron James or does Lebron James acquire Miami?


I know Lebron is good and that Miami has had a couple of bad/so-so seasons since the Championship season but I still don't think that they would let Lebron James become like Brett Favre has in the NFL (meaning that he's a diva who runs the franchise instead of the dudes in business suits who get paid to do so). But I could be wrong I guess we're going to find out if this even actually happens. Who knows? This could all just be something to get the media's attention away from the rumors of Lebron going to New York. Again, who really knows?
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hoopsgalore
Kind of has been becoming a pet peeve of mine, but can people actually spell Wade's first name right? It's Dwyane, not Dwayne.
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MWarrior2008_old
If these two were to be able to share the wealth and pass the ball to each other when need be I could see these two being formidable scoring machines. All in all I think it would be a good move for Miami if they could acquire Lebron James.
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LLegend4eva_old
MWarrior2008 wrote:


If these two were to be able to share the wealth and pass the ball to each other when need be I could see these two being formidable scoring machines. All in all I think it would be a good move for Miami if they could acquire Lebron James.


Problem is, does Miami acquire Lebron James or does Lebron James acquire Miami?
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bhsblackhawks
This is kind of off topic. I don't know if any of you read it, but there was an article in SI a couple weeks ago in which the author suggested LeBron sign for the league minimum. He's got his clothing, endorsements, etc., so he'll make his money either way.

But other than describing why that deal would make business sense, the author also said that it would allow LeBron to play on a team loaded with talent, just like the Lakers and Celtics have. If LeBron is taking a paycut, other guys will, too. And you know the guys that are willing to lose some money are there to win, and not to put up stats. LeBron and Dwyane know how to play together, and I think they could do it for a whole season. They might be able to bring in another big-name star, or just load the team with a lot of good, but not great, role players.
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LLegend4eva_old
I've said it before but who's going to be the go to guy? Right now, it looks like he should be Wade, as he's already won a championship as the go to guy.

If anyone replies that they can be on equal footing is just plain wrong. There always has to be a clear cut go to guy.
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cameroncrazies02
It won't happen. And it shouldn't. These guys wouldn't fit in together. They're good friends and all, but I'm just not sold on those two on the court together running an offense. Guys like Kobe, Lebron, Wade, Roy have to have the ball in their hands to be successful. Kobe has learned lately how to be successful without the ball, but the other two still need to learn. Plus, they have a lot of the same game, neither are outstandingly consistent outside shooters...plus, the big reason, they deserve their own team.

Wade needs an Eddie House type point guard, a big man behind him that can block shots, another athletic swingman/perimeter shooter (Rudy Gay).

Lebron needs a Chris Bosh type player, a big that can block shots and a PG who can run the show and shoot like Steve Kerr. Mo Williams fits that mold and the Cavs should build around them.
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