Cavs offer coaching job to Izzo.

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    Considering his boss was his best man, I don't think MSU is putting a lot of pressure on him.
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    Yaay! More on this:

    Izzo struggles with NBA's lure - College Basketball - Rivals.com

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    does it all actually mean that Izzo knows "no lebron for cavs" ?

    that may be the actual reason, isn't ?
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    He flat out said on ESPN, not knowing if Leborn is there next season and some money issues were some of the reasons, if not the main reasons.
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    I'm gonna go ahead and read between the lines and say that the Cavs don't have a leg-up on the likes of Chicago and New York.

    If he goes to Chicago, he's got BIG shoes to fill there. In order to be viewed as "a success" he must at least come close to matching what Jordon was able to do as far as bringing 'ships to the windy city.
    I wouldn't sign with the Bulls if I were him.

    If he goes to New York (or Jersey), all he has to do is win ONE championship to cement his legacy as a great player. He'd be the biggest star in the biggest market in the world.
    I'd sign with the Knicks if I were him.
    ...or at least with the Nets given the fact that they got a Russian billionaire who will spend what it takes to bring a Larry O' Brien trophy to Brooklyn.

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