LeBron James becomes a free agent after the 2010 NBA playoffs end, and numerous teams are expected to vie for his services.
The New York Knicks are one such team, and oddsmakers think that only the Chicago Bulls have a better chance to lure away LeBron. (The Cavs are still favored to retain him, however.) To help sweeten the deal, one New York business has unveiled an unusual offer to the NBA MVP.
The Scores, a gentlemen's club in Manhattan, is promising James "access to the ladies of Scores for the rest of his life" if he signs with the Knicks, FanHouse reports. According to the web site, Scores general manager Ed Norwick thinks the offer "might push [James] over the top."
If King James signs in New York, Norwick also pledges to hold a celebratory "LeBron James Day," in which the club would honor the new Knick in its own unique way.
Then again, in light of James' Tuesday night performance against the Celtics, perhaps the club is reconsidering its offer.