Do you remember when LeBron James decided to play for the Miami Heat? Do you remember when Kevin Durant signed with the Golden State Warriors? Do you remember how you reacted when you heard the news?
How would you react if you saw your favorite player playing for a rival team, or if you saw LeBron James signing with the Los Angeles Lakers or the Philadelphia Sixers next summer?
Fans respect players such as Kobe Bryant, Tim Duncan, and Dirk Nowitzki because they never changed teams, but do you think that loyalty exists in the NBA? This is a business after all, and we saw that first hand when the Celtics traded Isaiah Thomas for Kyrie Irving this summer.
"Ain't no such thing [as loyalty]," he says. "You see disloyalty in different ways, but that's one of the most underrated parts of the game. We scream loyalty, but we don't expect it from the people writing the checks because they're writing the checks. [People say] 'You should be fine with it because you're getting paid.' I liked it better when I was naive about the NBA business, how f--ked up it is. That was better for me that way. … You put money and business into something that's pure, it's going to f--k it up."
Next summer LeBron James and Kevin Durant will be free agents, so what if they decide to sign somewhere else?
How will you react if LeBron James decides to sign with the Boston Celtics and finish his career there? Is it impossible? Are you sure?
The Golden State Warriors hate the Los Angeles Clippers, but Kevin Durant is a free agent next summer and what if he decides to bring a championship to LA?
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