Monday, March 22, 2010

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Knicks Fans a Bit Anxious...

LeBron James just recently became the youngest player to reach 15,000 career points (beating out Kobe by 2 years). After hitting the milestone in Chicago he shared a bit more information to the press in regards to his upcoming free agency period.

"At the end of the day, it is still a business," said James. "This isn’t high school basketball anymore. You have to do what is best for your family and what is best for yourself. I’ve always said I love being in Cleveland. But for me as a basketball player, no matter what happens, I love to play the game. I play it with a joy and I love my teammates."

In other words, LBJ is thinking in somewhat of an empire state of mind. New York Knicks fans have already bought in to the idea in light of the 1,800 new season ticket orders for next year (franchise record). But no one can deny that LeBron's staged press conference to announce his team in 2011 will rack up more ratings then any presidential election...and maybe even American Idol (gasp).

Either way, these Knicks fans better settle down. I don't know how I'd feel if I dropped 3 G's hoping to see the King all next season, when in reality it's just David Lee, Bill Walker and post-injury T-Mac running out of the tunnel to represent the "mecca of basketball." Stay tuned for more hype.

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  1. bloggggggger said... March 23, 2010 at 2:29 PM

    buying myself MSG season tickets ( middle school gym ) in the concrete jungle-- BUT HEY what about Cornell? no shoutout???

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