King James Headed to The Big Apple

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The Cavs are built to win the East, which is great, but doesn't fill the bill when it comes to James, one of the all-time greats.

It’s already been well-established that James owns a $21-million mansion in NY’s Manhattan section, as it was vandalized on the eve of the Finals. He’s also already enrolled his two sons in a private school in the area. So he’s established a base of operations in N.Y., and the move to the Knicks is seen as a way that he can prepare for his post-NBA career. Maybe part-ownership in one of the teams. Maybe a career in Hollywood. With LeBron and the fortune he’s amassed since turning pro in 2003 – Forbes places his net worth at $275 million -- everything is on the table.
James famously left Cleveland once before, in 2010. He feels he's already cemented his legacy in Northeast Ohio, delivering on his promise to bring the Cavs their first title while also breaking Cleveland's 52-year championship drought. He also left Miami after four seasons, where he took the Heat to four Finals berths and won two titles. So we know he's not averse to making moves to take on new challenges. Helping restore the Knicks to championship contenders would only add exponentially to James' Mt. Rushmore legacy.
During the Finals, LeBron did mention potentially owning an NBA franchise when discussing Golden State. He said what the Warriors did in adding Durant to the core that won 73 games last season to build their "Super Team'' is “fair.’’
James added: “If I become an owner, I'm going to try to sign everybody.”
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A trade between New York and Cleveland makes no sense. Anthony still has $54 million over two years on his deal.

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