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No surprise

No surprise here a clean sweep from the Warriors. Honestly it was more competive than I originally thought even though I predicted a sweep. By the body language Lebron looks already out of Cleveland. Interesting summer coming for sure


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Think this will be one of the

Think this will be one of the more interesting and exciting offseasons in a while between the draft which is real good IMO and of course Free agency led by Lebron of course. My Boston team can make BIG moves or do absolutely nothing. Where Lebron goes can change a big part of he NBA landscaape AGAIN. Stay tuned.

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I know it's rumors but does anybody think Danny Ainge could pull the trigger and get Lebron? He certainly has the pieces to do so.

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On a serious note though...

On a serious note though... If LeBron would consider a smaller market, I believe he should/would want to go out being coached by someone like Gregg Popovich. He might as well join forces with his kryptonite if he goes out West.

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Such a shame the Finals have

Such a shame the Finals have been the most boring, least entertaining part of the last two seasons. Free agency, trade season, draft, regular season, playoffs are always great. Maybe they’ll be another superteam formed next year to take down the Warriors *sigh*

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LBJ will get a lot of offers

LBJ will get a lot of offers and will consider them all carefully. He is 33 now so his peak years cannot go on forever. So the outlook of any team he joins over the next couple of years would be key.

Boston would need to move Hayward and possibly Irving to get LBJ unless they did a very inventive S and T. This is before you consider how Kyrie would react to LBJ coming to Boston. LBJ would surely want Horford as one of his team mates so he'd likely stay. Plus Ainge wouldn't mortage his future by moving Brown or Tatum I feel.

Houston would need to shift Ryan Anderson to get any chance of LBJ, he is owed $41 million over the next two seasons, they could stretch him or go all in and offer a couple of future first rounders if a rebuilding team like Brookyln or Hawks would take him.

Philly have cap space and LBJ has taken a number of short term deals in last few years so could take a one year or two year with player option for year two so they could get him in under the cap.

GSW are creating a real dynasty and but for LBJ in 2016 would be the first 4 time winners since Red and Bill Russell's Celtics in the 1960's.

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