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article imageBoozer and Bosh sign, James left

By Michael Bearak     Jul 7, 2010 in Sports
LeBron James is standing by his decision for a Thursday night announcement as to which team is is going to sign with for next season, meanwhile other star free-agents have settled on their future teams.
Wednesday saw another set in the summer adventure that has been the 2010 NBA free-agent market. LeBron James annouanced Tuesday that he was going to make an announcement as part of an ESPN special on Thursday and initial thoughts were that other free-agents would make their minds after seeing what LeBron would do.
All of that changed Wednesday when Carolos Boozer announced that he would be signing with the Chicago Bulls. This means the Bulls still have room to sign James if he is interested, but for now that will be announced on Thursday. Boozer was originally part of Cleveland before going to Utah and is a two-time All Star, even though he has been limited to just 78 games in the last two seasons. Boozer has supposedly reached out to James in an effort to convince him to come to Chicago and join him.
Chris Bosh decided to leave Toronto, which might not have surprised anyone, but he did elect to go to Miami where he will join Dwayne Wade who decided to stay in south Florida. That of course now raises the question of whether James will go to Miami as well finishing the trifecta.
So that leaves James all alone having to decide, not only where he wants to play but with whom, if anyone. Should James stay at home in Cleveland he would not be surrounded by any big names as he would if he went to Miami or Chicago.
Depending where James goes or doesn't, the last week or so of speculation could be a whole lot to do over nothing.
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