Only one choice for LeBron's kingdom
New York offers far, far more than James' other suitors
A dozen days will pass before the Knicks go underground, before they leave LeBron James and his playoff-worthy peers with a wink and a tweak of a smoky Sinatra line -- excuse us while we disappear.
Another grim Garden season will be complete, and then a city of 8 million point guards will fast-forward past the Finals and the draft and stop dead on the stroke of midnight, July 1, when Knicks president Donnie Walsh makes what could be the biggest phone call in the history of New York sports.
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