Yeah, they seem pretty sure it will be Miami at this point - but they've been sure at other points as well. I don't think anyone knows for sure either, but we'll find out tonight. I don't mind LeBron at all, and think he is a fantastic player, but this whole one hour special thing is a little ridiculous. Just tell us where you're playing, that's all anyone wants to know.
Honestly, if he really cares about winning and having a "legacy", I think Chicago is probably the best place for that. Cleveland is nice to stay home, but I don't think they have the roster to win any titles. Miami builds a nice powerhouse with Wade/Bosh, but even if they win a bunch of titles it will always be "with Wade", and I think that's D.Wade's team. I don't think the Knicks or Nets have the guns to make it to the finals quite yet, maybe if they keep building the team up for a few years. Chicago has nice pieces in place, and now with Boozer as well, and a young core that could win for awhile. And, even though Rose and others were already in place, it would be LeBron's team. All that being said, it seems like it might be Miami. I thought Cleveland all along, but since they aren't going to be able to add much else to that team (without a trade), I'm not quite so sure.