Now let me make this clear; I do not think there is a shot in hell that LeBron comes to Sacramento, and I don't think the King's front office does either. I am curious however, are they going to take a shot in the dark and just say what the hell, we've got nothin' to lose? I mean, if you were a team that could afford him, wouldn't you just throw it out there just to see what happens? It also seems like there could be criticism thrown at a team who makes no attempt whatsoever.
As LeBron James heads into what will most likely be the most fun and entertaining summer of his life, it makes me wonder. With the King's being one of the teams with the ability to pay him, are they going to send an offer?
Now, if they DO send an offer to him, are they going to join in all of the LeBronDeer games and do the 5 star treatment? Or do they just send him an email saying, "Hey I know you don't care, but we have a little bit of money as well."
Would LeBron even come to town for a night out with the Maloofs to see what they have to offer? Honestly, I think yes, only because I think he is going to milk this situation for all it's worth. I don't see him committing to anyone until the last possible day that he can, he is going to have so much attention even he will say wow. He is going to get anything he wants. He almost has the universe in the palm of his hand right now, if it didn't already belong to Eric Maynor. Look at it this way, he could tell the Clippers, "Hey I want you to buy the Disney Land Resort for a week so my friends and I can go play, then I'll look at your contract offerings and so forth." Don't you think they'll do it? Just imagine what the Knicks are willing to do for him, hell they already destroyed their franchise just to even have the ability to bring him in.
Anyways, I'm attaching a poll to see what you guys think the FO will do, but just for sh*ts and giggles, If you were in charge of setting up the courting of LeBron, what would you put together? Personally I think LeBron would just love a Murder Mystery Theatre on the Delta King, followed by a tour of the Railroad Museum, and for dessert, some free samples of salt water taffy. I call it the "Taste of an Old Sac."