Did Lebron James decide on a shorter term contract because he wants to play for his friend Jay-Z's Nets when they move to Brooklyn? And how about Dywane Wade? Does he want to play for the Knicks? To a Cleveland sports writer, it could all be part of a "master plan" to return New York to its rightful place as the center of the basketball universe--and give Lebron oodles more cash in endorsements. The writer notes that only Richard Jefferson has a long term contract, that a lot of cap space will be available.
- More than theory could put LeBron in New York - Branson Wright - Cleveland Plain-Dealer