The New York Knicks are in the driver’s seat to land two max-contract free agents. This was made possible by the team’s recent cap-clearing moves, which freed up some much-needed cap space to possibly sign two of the most prominent players in the game, in Kobe Bryant and LeBron James. They cleared this salary gap by getting rid of home crowd favorites like Jared Jeffries, Nate Robinson and young talent Jordan Hill.

It’s not unreasonable to think that Kobe Bryant of the Los Angeles Lakers could end up playing for the Knicks. The superstar forward is in the final year of his $24.8 million-a-year contract with the Lakers. In fact, he could decide to leave the Lakers whether or not he wins the upcoming 2010 NBA championship.

Kobe is in the prime of his career right now with 4 rings under his belt and a possible 5th if he wins another NBA championship this year (2010). She would like nothing more than to end his illustrious career in the home of basketball, the Mecca of sports, New York City, and the most famous arena of modern times, Madison Square Garden (MSG).

What greater sports city is there than New York City that would provide Kobe with the stage to carry on his legacy as arguably the greatest basketball player of all time, but the Mecca of sports? There are none! So it makes sense to think that Kobe Bryant could come to the New York Knicks and end his career.

Basketball players have big egos, Kobe is no different. So what better way to show the world that he, too, can bring an NBA title to the NY Knicks the same way he did the Los Angeles Lakers, but by wearing a NY Knicks jersey. Who wouldn’t want to be around Spike Lee where a starring role in a movie might be possible? For those who aren’t Knicks fans and may not know about Spike Lee and his friendly sideline confrontations with Reggie Miller during NBA playoff games between the Knicks and Pacers, Spike Lee is the fan! the most famous NY Knicks of all time!

Most of us know him as a Hollywood actor and film director, but his legendary masterpieces outside of the New York Knicks cannot be undermined. He is known by the New York media as a passionate Knicks fan who takes no prisoners when it comes to rooting for the Knicks to win against fierce opponents.

Speaking of coincidence, Spike Lee made a documentary about a very famous NBA basketball player. Does anyone know the name of this player? Review your memories, please! It is needed now!

So, everyone who does not believe what this article says, continue to disbelieve! Before non-believers begin their barrage of denials, they should take some time to research the answer to the question: Who is the NBA player in the Spike Lee-produced and directed basketball documentary Doing Work?

The New York Knicks are the team that could make Kobe Bryant one of the richest basketball players in NBA history. The basketball game is a game for us non-NBA players, but it is not a game for a businessman. It’s just a business. That being said, Kobe, like other NBA players, has very good businessmen, who are capable of negotiating the right deal for him.

It would be very difficult for him to get a Max contract with the Lakers because they are already close to their cap of cap space. With the Knicks, however, you don’t have to worry about the cap space problem. As we’ve said before, the Knicks are in a position to give two players a lot of money.

Why the Knicks could also sign LeBron James alongside Kobe LeBron is a great young player with the Cleveland Cavaliers. He single-handedly led the Cavs to the NBA Finals, only to lose to Tim Dunkin, Tony Parker, and a terrific supporting cast of standout players. Being forced to play for the Cavaliers as a result of them winning the NBA Lottery makes you a prime candidate for wanting more than the Cavs could offer you, in terms of a big arena like New York City and Madison. Square Garden.

LeBron shows off his mastery on the basketball court night after night. According to some, he could possibly be the top 2 or 3 of the best players to ever play the game. His contract with the Cavaliers expires at the end of the 2010 season, and the Knicks could very well sign him along with Kobe. He could really use coming to play for the Knicks, too. He would get the same benefits as Kobe…big city, Spike Lee and more. Plus, he would get the perfect setting in New York City to help make him an even bigger superstar.

So is there any reason why Kobe Bryant and LeBron James can’t become New York Knicks players this offseason (2010)? Anything is possible when it comes to money and the New York setting. Therefore, both Kobe and LeBron could very well become Knicks players.