Very interesting stuff that I have never encountered. My opinion on the recent David Lee trade: I am not a fan of this trade for the following reasons - 1) We are going to be stuck paying a lot of money for a player who might or might not lead this team to more wins. 2) We lose Anthony Randolph. In my mind, I think Randolph was starting to get it last season right up until he got injured. I personally think Randolph is the next Chris Bosh/Kevin Garnett in a few years. You can bash me all you want, but I honestly think Randolph will attain a lot of that potential. He's only 21 years old OMG. That is uber young and he will ONLY get better. This is a whole other debate so I'm not going to go too far with this. 3) I think this team's best shot of winning a championship in the future is by having a high lottery pick in 2011. There are tons of SF's there and I am highly intrigued by Harrison Barnes and Perry Jones a 6'11 Small forward with very good handles (better than Randolph's I would think since scouts have him pegged as a small forward.) And there's my two cents on the whole fiasco. As for LeBron...Going to Miami only shows that he is not good enough to get a championship by himself even with great help. Before going to Miami I genuinely thought Lebron would eventually be better than Kobe. Now, I don't think so. And Hell to the Freak no ESPN, LeBron is not better than Michael Jordan. I swear I read an article on ESPN saying a while back that LeBron was better than Michael Jordan or something like that. Pure Idiocy. Edit: And since its official I would also like to say I will continue to support David Lee in any way I can since he is a Golden State Warrior. Unless Azubuike fails a physical, all I can say to every Warriors fan out there is to think positive with David Lee, because thinking anything negative doesn't help anything out. We have to be conscious now that this decision is final and we have to focus on our other options after acquiring David Lee.