LeBron James and Carmelo Anthony are two of the best players in the NBA. As you well know, both players have opted out of their respective contracts with the Miami Heat and New York Knicks and are hitting the free agency market.
Both of the players badly want to win more NBA titles whilst they are in the prime of their careers. And whilst it may sound completely crazy and a capologist's nightmare, the smart thing to do would be for the two of these awe-inspiring All-Stars would be to team up at a franchise that can afford to pay the both of them.
The Big 1
In the NBA Playoff Finals this year that the Miami Heat got destroyed by the San Antonio Spurs in, LeBron was let down time and time again as none of the other so called 'Big 3' were actually chipping in with their fair share of performances.
The performances from Chris Bosh and Dwyane Wade when it mattered were nowhere near the level that you would want from players earning $20 million dollars a year each. With Anthony however, James has someone he can rely on to back him up with points.
Get Out of Town
And with the evidence that we had presented to us, it looks definitely like King James has to high-tail it out of South Beach. The move was a good one for the high school star after dragging the Cavaliers along when he was in Cleveland. He won his Championships that he needed to prove he was a great player, the best of this generation.
But LeBron has to do what is best for his career right now. And at the moment, that means staying in Miami. The same can be said for Anthony. And although it would be completely insane, they should find a team willing to bring the both of them in.
And apparently that team exists, ladies and gentleman let me introduce the 2015 NBA Champions....the Phoenix Suns.
The owner of the Suns says he wants to bring the both of them in and they totally could...so they say. Let's see what happens. This free agency period is going to be good.
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