Because we know you come to DC9 for all your sports-watching needs, let us chime in for a moment on the upcoming NBA offseason, which the Mavs are already fully entrenched in--and, hey, so too is LeBron James, courtesy of the Boston Celtics, who suddenly aren't looking like the senior citizens everyone made them out to be at the start of the NBA playoffs. And how about that Rajon Rondo fella?
Back to LeBron and his impending free agency--a topic sure to topple even the most ridiculous Brett Favre retirement scenarios this summer. Everyone wants him, and everyone except one fan base is bound to leave disappointed. Your top contenders? New York, New Jersey, Chicago, Cleveland, Miami, the Clippers, and, I dunno, a whole bunch of others--including your own Dallas Mavericks as a potential dark horse. Enter LeBronToTheMavs.com, a just-launched site which exists for exactly the reason you think. And said web site? Ah, therein lies the rub.
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The "Bron Bron Song," housed on the page's upper-left corner is a plea for James to come to Dallas, all set to OneRepublic's "All The Right Moves," and filled with some good points, like the fact that Mark Cuban can teach him how to be a billionaire and, hey now, Texas has no state income tax. Anyway, give it a listen. You won't regret it.