With the official start of free agency just two days away, Bulls fans are increasingly licking their chops at the notion of NBA superstar Lebron James being added to the team. While there is obviously no certainty of anything joyous happening, buzz around the league seems to be pointing to Chicago as Lebron's landing point.
Only adding to the anticipation are recent rumors that pairs up Chris Bosh with Lebron, and both of them playing in Bull red next year. There may be some credit to this rumor considering last week's trade of Kirk Hinrich, which put the Bulls in a position to add not one, but two max contracts.
This entire situation reminds me of similarly daunting tasks that much of Chicagoland failed to believe its other teams could succeed in. Landing Lebron alone would be enough to send Chicago into a frantic party, but adding Bosh along with him is almost inconceivable. In hopes of keeping optimism on this high, I'd like to refresh everyone's recent memory by pointing out some "impossible" things that have happened in the last few years. Unfortunately, this means I must begin by giving a small amount of credit to the Cubs.
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