LeBron doesn't need New York to shine brightly
The two biggest NBA myths around are that LeBron James needs to be in New York and that the league needs the Knicks to be good.
Anyone who still believes you can make it only in Manhattan probably still calls remote controls "clickers." This isn't the Walter Cronkite era, when we got our news from men sitting at desks in New York. These aren't the old Don Draper days, when everything we thought we knew and needed was generated by the ad shops on Madison Avenue.
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Summer of 2010
The summer of 2010 is a hot topic right now, with LeBron at the heart of it all. But where does King James think he'll be? We ask him. Watch
News• Complete 2009-10 free agent lists
• Barkley: Free-agency talk disrespects Cavs
• Cavs owner sees LBJ talk as just a "media phenomenon"
• Knicks deal themselves into 2010 market
• Pistons gain cap flexibility with Iverson deal
Commentary• Broussard: Is staying in Cleveland an option?
• Sheridan: New York welcoming party
• Stein: Kicking off Knicks' shopping spree
• Sheridan: LeBron looks at home at MSG
• TrueHoop: James' flirtation with the Big Apple
• Adande: Why does N.Y. fit for LeBron?
• Stephen A. Smith: Amare wants to be the star
Podcasts• Earl Monroe: Why Knicks' focus on 2010?
• Bucher: N.Y. is only reason Bron would leave
• Chris Webber: I'd go to N.Y. if I were LBJ
• Stephen A.: Waiting for the King