ESPN.com reports Sunday night that LeBron has had a second meeting with the Knicks. This isn’t necessarily bad news for Bulls fans, though:
The New York Knicks held a second meeting with LeBron James’ representatives to clarify exactly where they stood in regards to signing Amare Stoudemire, ESPN.com learned Sunday.
The meeting, attended by James’ agent, Leon Rose, Knicks general manager Glen Grunwald and others, took place Saturday morning in Cleveland before James himself met with the Cleveland Cavaliers and Chicago Bulls.
It lasted about an hour, with James’ representatives wanting to know whether it was true (it wasn’t) that New York had already formally offered Stoudemire a five-year, $100 million contract.
I wouldn’t sweat it if I were you, Bulls fans. To me, this sounds like what we’re going to be hearing a lot of for the next three days — breathless rumors with little substance. Twitter better upgrade their servers.