I know a lot of you guys don't care, personally I like a lot of other superstars more than him. And in the Kobe v LBJ debate I have stuck with Kobe over the past 6 or 7 years but here is what I find are the pros and cons with each team. CLEVELAND Pros: Well its his hometown. If he stays, like MJ did in Chicago, and wins championships for the Cavaliers his legacy would be that much greater. He would be the hometown kid who lifted the curse of Cleveland sports. Cons: Well they aren't going to really improve. They had no picks in the draft. Shaq, Z, and Jamison are going to get worse due to their age. Mo Williams, Anthony Parker, Gibson, West won't make stellar improvements probably either. They fired Mike Brown but don't have a better coach in line to take over yet either. Cleveland lost in the playoffs this past season and as of right now they have the same role players and a vacancy at the head coaching position. Doesn't sound good for Cavs fans. CHICAGO Pros: They have one of the best and most talented PG's in the game in Derrick Rose. Noah is very versatile, he works hard, he's tough inside, he can pass well, and he keeps improving. Luol Deng has always been a very solid small forward. Taj Gibson was also a steal in the draft last year. They just cleared up more cap space to possibly get 2 big time free agents. Lastly, they also hired Thibodeu, the mastermind behind Boston's defense. Cons: Not many, but one thing that could matter is LBJ being overshadowed by MJ's legacy. Even if he did great things in a Bulls uniform could if ever compare to the man who many say is the greatest player of all time? NEW YORK Pros: Its New York! A big market that attracts big time stars. They can also get a second big time free agent. Cons: As far as the team goes though, there isn't much there. David Lee is also a free agent now too so the little talent they had there might go away. Mike Dantoni is not that great of a coach in my opion either. NEW JERSEY Pros: Jay Z is the owner. They have great young talent in Devin Harris, Brooke Lopez, Yi Janlian, Terence Williams, and Favors. Even though he melted down in the 2006 Finals, Avery Johnson is a very good coach as well. Cons: I can't think of many. It would be a good young team to go to. The only thing I can think of is that NJ lost so many games last year. In 2008 Boston showed that isn't a problem though because they won a championship after winning less than 20 games the year before. MIAMI Pros: South Beach. He'd probably team with D Wade. Not too shabby Cons: I think Miami is just a slightly better version of New York. Yeah it has the glamor and the ability to bring in free agents, but there isn't a good load of role players there though. LOS ANGELES Pros: Loads of young talent. Griffin, Aminu, Eric Gordon, Chris Kaman. They also have one of the most talented PG's in the NBA in Baron Davis. Cons: The organization. They just don't win, they're the Clippers. Here is how I see it right now: 1) New Jersey 2) Chicago 3) Cleveland 4) New York 5) Miami 6) L.A.