The New York Post’s Peter Vescey has unveiled yet another LeBron James’ free agency scenario.
An appreciably well-wired roundball entrepreneur believes LeBron James will re-up with the Cavaliers for three years, a possibility he almost certainly would not entertain had Mike Brown been retained — something GM Danny Ferry fiercely advocated doing, hence his resignation.
Should no championships be churned out during that time frame, my source is convinced LBJ will bolt for Jay-Z’s Brooklyn with a clear conscience, figuring he gave Cleveland a full decade.
I have no idea how much truth there might be to that. It is, however, another possibility to consider.