Wednesday, August 6, 2008


Lebron James who has played for hometown NBA team Cleveland Cavaliers his entire professional career is planning his financial future once he can opt out of his current contract after the end of the 2009-2010 NBA season.

While the speculation was always hot that he would likely join the soon-to-be Brooklyn Nets (the planned franchise move from New Jersey) to align with his good friend Hova a.k.a. Jay-z a.k.a. Shawn Carter, now rumors are arising that James could take his game across the pond.

Russian team CSK Moscow and the Greek team Olympiacos have already contacted King James over the possibility. And ESPN reports that if a salary was offered near the $50 million mark per season the offer would strongly be considered.

Oh man that's a lot of money! I sure hope with that sort of offer it would strongly be considered. This outlandish number could never be matched by any NBA franchise due to salary caps that limits their ability to pay superstars more than $20 million per season.

Lebron is going to be filthy rich no matter where he signs in 2 years.

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