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Lebron James is Looking at the Future of his Career

Posted by Nike Abbett on November 18, 2008

 

Will LeBron eventually end up in New York?

Will LeBron eventually end up in New York?

Big name Lebron James looking at the future of his career. Well, the Cleveland Cavs’ young hot shot has been being questioned about his loyalty.

 

 James reacted saying, “I think you do what is best for you and you do what is best for your career, I go out and I play hard and that’s loyalty The franchise is going to do what is best for the franchise, you know. When a player does what is best for the player, it always comes back on us. I am going to look bad. If a franchise decides to give up on a player, it’s OK. So we have to do what is best for us.”

LeBron is looking at teams like New Jersey, New York, and Detroit. James is saying he’s “Satisfied” with the Cavs. Note that he did not deny that he wanted out. James dodged the question of loyalty and now it is speculated that James likes the Nets because he likes Jay-Z, he wants to be in New York because he like the “Cash Money” ( as you younger kids would say).  In all seriousness though, he wants the money.

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2 Responses to “Lebron James is Looking at the Future of his Career”

  1. steve203 said

    I hope he goes to Detroit Go Pistons

  2. Zac said

    i hope he stays in Cleveland man

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