Lebronathon. This is not a new sport invented for the 2012 London Olympics, not a weird fad as a consequence of the vuvuzela pandemonium-infused football fans, not even election primary or parliamentary convention but an event focused on a king. LeBron James, the self-annointed "King," is now open for market. And all the King's limos and all the King's agents flocked to his Ohio home to have a free agent summit wherein interested teams can present their sales pitch on acquiring the services of the overachieving phenom. Even fellow top free agents are also depending their decisions on where James will play. A guessing game that brings them to Chicago, New Jersey, Miami, and New York because any of these teams can have LeBron and another supporting All-star player like Chris Bosh, Dwayne Wade, or Amare Stoudemire.

Maybe this a terrible game of Russian roulette after all, LeBron may be playing with a different uniform and number pretty soon. But it all boils down to where Lebron will win a title. Winning seasons are not enough if you choke in the playoffs. Ask the Orlando Magic and Boston Celtics. Take your pick on which jerseys Lebron maybe wearing this coming NBA season.

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