The day the NBA stood still…

It is now the day everyone in the basketball world has been waiting for. July 1, 2010.

The first day of free agent signings is sure to bring a shake up in the National Basketball Association. Fans and teams alike have all heard the rumors of where players will be landing this upcoming season but the fact is that only the players truly know where they will most likely end up.

Rumors have ranged from Lebron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh creating a super team in Miami to the big three going separate ways and playing alongside names such as Amare Stoudamire, Dirk Nowitzki and Joe Johnson.

Some reports have stated that Bosh will join the Los Angeles Lakers in a trade for Andrew Bynum and Lamar Odom while others believe Wade and Bosh will team up because they both have the same agent.

The talks surrounding King James have been going on since he immediately removed his jersey after being ousted in the playoffs this past season. The scenarios for Cleveland’s hero are infinite but many have him ending up in Chicago with Stoudemire and Rose at his side.

As the hours slowly pass, the media eagerly waits for the latest news on what will prove to be the single most important off season in NBA history.


2 Responses to The day the NBA stood still…

  1. The idea that LeBron will join the Clippers has slipped many peoples minds. Every is talking Chicago,new york and new jersey, but any team
    with space for a max contract and a core of players potentially as good as Blake Griffin, Eric Gordon, Baron Davis and Chris Kaman shouldn’t be ruled out.
    In order for bosh to even join the Lakers, he would have to sign with the raptors in a sing and trade deal, Bosh has publicly said he does not want to do that. Can it happen, yes but the lakers would have to give up more than just that.
    PS mark my words, Bosh,Wade and James do not end up together, there is no way that happens.

  2. Chris Ross says:

    Very well written article and a great blog you got over here! I think it is foolish for the Knicks to take on Amare if they want to win an NBA championship. He is obviously very talented but I think that there are a lot of flaws in his game that won’t allow his team to translate to an NBA championship. Also, you think you could check out my blog cuz I really want to know what you think.

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