"Anyway, they all can afford to do something daring. Just think: James, Wade and Bosh at Madison Square Garden.
Seriously, who would touch them? Wade at guard. LeBron at point forward. Bosh in the post or on the wing. Three good guys who could handle the New York media. Three seven-year veterans who understand you get only so many chances to hug the Larry O'Brien Trophy. Three singular players who know careers are defined by championships, not just checkbooks."
I mean how unimaginative can one get about the exercise of putting together a professional basketball team. And then winning the big prize fully knowing that your team has everyone else beat in the talent gathering contest....because you decided to "fix" the system in order to make the assembly possible. Take 3 of the best players (3 of 5 starters) and win a series of championships. Whoopee....and how fulfilling.
This is but another exercise/suggestion of doing it the Yankee way which is why I dont take the games the Yankees play seriously other than to see them get beat. A major difference though here is the writer actually has the players take an altruistic pay cut just to win the championship (which no player who signs with the Yankees actually do I think...that I know of).