people in miami don't give a f**k about sports. that place is full of latinos and they ain't into basketball and football like that. the few black people and white folk who live down there are the only ones attending the games
orlando is the same way. i never used to see latinos at magic games until carlos arroyo played for them. soon as he left they stopped going even though magic are stronger and now able to fill up the amway arena
I live in Orlando, and this is not true. The difference between Miami and Orlando is that in Orl the majority of the latinos are Puerto Ricans, and they love basketball. They cover that s**t in the Spanish radio and everything. Its pretty big over there, unlike Miami where the majority are Cuban, who consider basketball a Women's sport. They're big on Baseball and Boxing. I'm Cuban but I was raised in the U.S so I'm one of the rare ones lol.
And why is so hard to understand about what I said? Yes, our fan base right now isn't the best, but if you put Wade/LeBron on any team, I don't care if the city is in Alaska, people will go see them. They are already established as the top players in the league, so popularity would'nt be an issue. Hell, I bet there will be bandwagoners from all over the world. I'm sure LeBron isn't concerned about Miami's fan base if he truely is considering Miami. Anyone who saw the Heat in 2006 knows that, if you win games, people will come.
As for the f**king punctuation, I was taught to use one space from middle school to college. If you type two spaces in Microsoft word, the correction comes up. But like I said I don't f**king care
, this is a discussion of sports.
Also, whoever took this thread serious is a f**king simpleton, because I was joking. That was the most irrelevant "theory" ever. Just making fun of the idiots who say what LeBron (or anyone else) is going to do, as if they f**king know him.:greetings10: