Record sports writers Al Iannazzone and Steve Adamek have been acting like air traffic controllers or high end travel agents as they try to determine where the private jets of Cablevision and the Onexim Group are headed this week.
Most of the travel is known, but The Record reports a new destination, that of Carlos Boozer's residence. By Sunday, The Nets also will have met with Rudy Gay, David Lee, Amare Stoudemire and Boozer.
That's in addition to LeBron James and Chris Bosh, whom they expect to see by Friday. What about Dwyane Wade? The Record has him meeting with the Nets in New York on Friday, but they aren't on the list of Wade's meetings according to Ira Winderman's sources. The Knicks are, but their schedule seems lighter, though no one is giving up the travel plans easily.
- What time's good for you, LeBron? Knicks, Nets plan meetings - Steve Adamek & Al Iannazzone - The Record.
- Fireworks Coming - Al Iannazzone - The Record
Sources: Heat, Nets, Bulls interested in Boozer - Chris Broussard - ESPN
- Party close to Dwyane Wade sees chance of Chris Bosh and LeBron James joining him - Ira Winderman - South Florida Sun-Sentinel
Knicks, Nets Want LeBron So Bad, They’ll Travel to Ohio - Scott Cacciola - Wall Street Journal