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Cavs-Magic: How One Series Could Change the Face of the NBA

Published by on May 22, 2009
Article Source: Bleacher Report - NBA

The New York Knicks' pursuit of 2010 free-agent-to-be LeBron James began November 21, 2008 when new General Manager Donnie Walsh shrewdly traded power forward Zach Randolph and Jamal Crawford in two separate cap-saving deals.

The moves allowed the Knicks to free-fall into their usual last place spot, 32-50, despite a 5-5 start to the season. In all, the trades freed up approximately 49 million dollars according to the New York Times article above, enough to sign two major free agents.

Bosh and 'Bron

I immediately began thinking about who they could be and settled on LeBron James, of course, and Chris Bosh. We know LeBron has big-city, big-market, All-NBA written all over him, so why delay the inevitable a...

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