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View Poll Results: More likely to leave: Durant or Melo or Lebron

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  • Kevin Durant

    21 20.39%
  • Carmelo Anthony

    50 48.54%
  • Lebron James

    32 31.07%
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    More likely to leave: Durant or Melo or Lebron

    Once these guys contract is up or whenever they can opt out, which player do you think is most likely to leave there current team?
    "Talent wins games, but teamwork and intelligence wins championships."
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    Carmelo, I guess. I don't see any of these guys leaving their current team though.

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    LeBron. I still think he bolts to Cleveland after Wade's final stage of deterioration begins to rear its head.

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    Durant. No. No reason to, when people will come play with him and he already plays with a top 10 guy in Westbrook.

    Melo. He would have to drop the title as king of the city in a year when the Knicks will have the cap space to sign 3 max level players. Himself and two people he would want to play with. He can do that, or go to LA and try to have them do it.

    Lebron. When his contract is up he look over at 33 year old wade turning 34 mid season. He look over at Bosh. then over to Ray Allen (who might retire, especially if they win again). Is Noris Cole really gonna get great all of sudden and convince him to stay. Nope. New Challenge time.

    However, I don't see ANYONE going to LA, Lebron especially, he'd want to make his own story somewhere else.

    Probably, Houston or even the Bobcats.

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    Lebron is NOT going to Cleveland with Mike Brown there.

    And no one is going to LA where D'Antoni is

    But the Clippers, with Rivers?
    Or the Nuggets, with Shaw?

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    i find it hard to believe that bron would leave miami, especially after winnning two chips,

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    Why would you even put Carmelo Anthony in the same sentence as LeBron James or Kevin Durant? He's good, but not at their level.

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    I'm going to go with the player who is winning the least...

    Melo

    Durant and James have great things going playing for legitimate contenders in OKC and Miami. Can't say the same for Melo.

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    Oh wow, that's a really good question.

    I think all 3 only leave if something bad were to happen. Post season disappointment or frustration with a lack of roster talent, etc. My guess is that they all stay.

    Bah, it's hard to pick one.

    Quote Originally Posted by TheNumber37 View Post
    Lebron is NOT going to Cleveland with Mike Brown there.

    And no one is going to LA where D'Antoni is
    Pringles is gone by the end of next season.

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    If Miami wins again next year, LeBron won't be leaving. I truly believe he'll leave if they do lose. Wade's health is the biggest priority for Miami. They can always get shooters and role players to come, the question is whether or not Wade will be enough with all the other teams coming at them full force.

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    With Lala doing alot of work in Hollywood, i can see Melo goin to make Los Angeles his new home. I actually think he will leave.

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    LeBron.

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    Bron, no doubt.

    Welcome to the #tape

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    Quote Originally Posted by NYKnickFanatic View Post
    Bron, no doubt.
    And with B2B Championships and a legit contending team for a 3 Peat, with Riley at the helm of personnel decisions...Why on earth, no doubt??

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    Wildcard answer: Derek Rose.

    His thanks to all of the Bulls fans that questioned his prolongued rehab last season.
    "The United States military doesn't DO pin pricks." ~ President Barack Obama.

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