Udonis Haselm, @ThisisUD, took to Twitter last night to explain the reason why LeBron James isn't going to bolt Miami for Los Angeles in two seasons. James can opt out of his contract in 2014 and ESPN.com published a story on Thursday explaining that James would be a target of the Lakers at that point. Basically, the story said if Kobe Bryant retires in two years, the Lakers would have space to sign LeBron. Here was U.D.'s take:
Dwyane Wade, Chris Bosh and LeBron James addressed the story after Thursday's game against the Pistons. Wade said, "They can go ahead and leave my teammate alone. He's staying here." Chris Bosh said it wasn't news because all three players went throught the same thing back before 2010. LeBron said he's focused on this season and right now and not concerned about what might happen two years from now.