The chances of LeBron James going to the Knicks, after the 2014 season, are unlikely. LeBron James, can opt out of his contract after the 2014 season and rumors are, “will he stay in Miami or go?” The Miami Heat has won back-to-back titles and with the main core back, except Miller, due to the amnesty clause. The Heat is poise to make another run at the title and for James that is the only thing that matters. When I first read this off Tommy Beer’s twitter account, I was surprised and asked myself, “Why would LeBron James go to the Knicks?” This is the exact sentence I read off Tommy Beer’s twitter account, “LeBron has let a couple of people know… he may consider the NY Knicks a stronger possibility than any of us have ever imagined” – Stephen A.
I messaged Stephen A. Smith about the credibility of his sources regarding LeBron considering Knicks, but received no comment regarding that. I do not believe that LeBron James will go to the Knicks and if the Heat repeats this year, it is highly unlikely. Almost, every NBA expert believes that LeBron James will actually leave Miami to go to Cleveland, but why would he think to do that? Especially after Dan Gilbert, owner of the Cleveland Cavaliers wrote LeBron that letter after the decision 2010. The Heat has bought, all the players from last years title run, except Miller but the Heat’s front office is talking to Oden and that would only make Miami better.
If the Heat repeats again this year, what is the possibility of him leaving Miami? None, and that is why I just don’t believe Stephen A. Smith. Also, you have to remember that Dwayne Wade, is best friends with LeBron James and is willing to play alongside his buddy to keep on winning titles. The Heat President is Pat Riley, who has lead, the Heat organization to three NBA Championships and has surrounded LeBron James with players that benefit his style. I understand why NBA experts would speculate of LeBron James leaving Miami, but I don’t believe he will. It is almost certain that LeBron James will remain a Miami Heat player.