Los Angeles should terminate LeBron James' $99M contract to preserve his legacy.

draft selections. They are the currency of the NBA trading market.

The New York Knicks, a franchise that was so much in favor of giving up their first-round picks, have turned things around and established themselves as a force to be reckoned with. 

This year, they might have four first-round selections available to them, which they could use to select possible prospects. 

But old habits do seem to die hard, don't they? Would the Knicks accept that risk if LeBron James were to come calling on behalf of the LA Lakers?  

You're going to give LeBron a massage, pedicure, and manicure if that's what he requests.  

In reaction to James' purported demand for a no-trade clause in a prospective contract extension, Stephen A. Smith emailed Rob Pelinka a clear and concise message.

However, the analyst appears to have had second thoughts a few weeks later. And the Lakers' playoff series against the Denver Nuggets is largely to blame.  

Right now, LeBron James is unmatched in his ability to sell tickets. Smith is aware of King James' status as a superstar.

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