Will China connection be enough to ke...

Will China connection be enough to keep LeBron

There are 6 comments on the Newsday story from May 30, 2009, titled Will China connection be enough to keep LeBron. In it, Newsday reports that:

The shot wasn't a miracle, it was an exorcism. The euphoria that followed seemed to cast out the memories of Craig Ehlo's matchup with Michael Jordan and served as the eradication of the last remnants of pessimism that exist in this city that hasn't experienced a championship in more than four decades.

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Howell, NJ

#1 May 30, 2009
This is the problem with our country today....
the selling out of America-land of the free-for-all.

Norcross, GA

#2 May 30, 2009
NYC is the center of the universe, Manhattan is the center or New York. Manhattan will be King James playground. Long live the King...in NYC.
No soup for Cavs

Columbus, OH

#3 May 30, 2009
jperez wrote:
NYC is the center of the universe, Manhattan is the center or New York. Manhattan will be King James playground. Long live the King...in NYC.

You got that right.

James can't wait to get out of Cleveland. He'll get his championship ring with the Knicks.

I predict he'll finish his last year in the NBA with the Cavaliers and I think he may become their head coach after retiring.
Yow Mang

Cliffside Park, NJ

#4 May 31, 2009
it's all about money. new stadiums that cater to the corporate realm instead of the fan, player's salaries going sky high and endorsement deals in the millions. With this infusement of mega-cash from China, the salary cap will eventually be abolished, as the Chinese will buy Yao Ming to play alongside King James, and they will finance the overages. this is the end of American sports as we know it, and it's the greed of the owners that's going to make it happen.

Chapel Hill, NC

#5 May 31, 2009
i have said it before and i will say it again: i could care less about cleveland losing its native son. why do you keep sneaking that into to your articles and blogs hahn? there is no sympathy here... i think you may find that to be universal among true knicks fans.

White Plains, NY

#7 Jun 2, 2009
Donnie Walsh notwithstanding, Lebron should think long and hard about coming the Knicks as long as Cablevision owns them. Jim Dolan has shown repeatedly he has no clue how to build a team.

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