Knicks...better supporting cast...not like Cleveland.
Your kidding right??? Have you SEEN the Knicks roster?
As for my guesses, I'm going to say 100% that he won't be in Cleveland next year.
As for where he may be going (putting it in order of likelyhood)
Chicago - Rose, Noah. Could talk Bosch into coming as well. May depend on who they get to coach the team. Miami - If Wade re-signs and Riley decides to coach, Miami could be the front-runner. New York - Supporting cast makes Clevelands supporting cast look like an all-star team. This team has a LOT of rebuilding to do. But ... if LeBron can again convince Bosch to go and depending who the coach is, it could happen. But if LeBron thought there was a LOT of pressure in Cleveland to win, then he shouldn't go to NY. LA Clippers - The Clippers already have a good team, caught a bad break when Griffin went down. Baron Davis can still be one of the best guards in the game. A healthy Griffin and LeBron instantly make the Clippers a (gasp) Championship Contender.
LA Clippers - The Clippers already have a good team, caught a bad break when Griffin went down. Baron Davis can still be one of the best guards in the game. A healthy Griffin and LeBron instantly make the Clippers a (gasp) Championship Contender.
This is the one that scares me the most......mainly because I think you're right, the Clippers are a pretty good team already and LeBron would make them instantly a Great Team.
I think it will come down to whichever team Lebron feels that he can hold hostage the most.
GM Lebron has already held Cleveland hostage for so many years now that he would be hard pressed to relinquish such control. That being said, Sterling might just hand him the keys to the kingdom.
some more thoughts:
from a strictly basketball angle, the Bulls may not be the ideal situation as Lebron would not be able to handle the ball as much, considering they have a stellar 1 guard in Rose. Also, Bosh would be the #3 option - not so sure that's what he is looking for at this juncture in his career.
Primary ball handler in a D'antoni offense? I can see how that might be appealing to Mr. James.