Danny Granger: Go To New York, LeBron

The NBA should pass a rule that requires every reporter to ask every player a question about LeBron James when interviewing them. That way, we can get gems from noted free agent expert Danny Granger, who of course doubles as the nominal star player of the Indiana Pacers.

Granger was asked about LeBron in an interview with Gery Woelfel for HoopsHype and said LeBron should leave Cleveland for greener pastures. 

Speaking of LeBron, do you think he'll stay in Cleveland or bolt to New York?

DG: If I was LeBron, I'd go to New York.

Why the Big Apple?

DG: New York is the media mecca as far as endorsements and being able to expand your personnel net worth. The exposure you can get there isn't only nationally but globally. New York does all that for you.

Just so we're clear, this is the same guy that decided to sign a contract that'll cause him to spend more than half his career in Indiana. Yes, Indiana, the real "media mecca as far as endorsements." It's like the sister city of New York in that respect. Ammirite? #WordAaap!

 

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(via Golden State of Mind)

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