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Morning Poll: Will LeBron James Join Amare Stoudemire in New York?

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Big ups to NBA super-duper star LeBron James for exploiting his stardom for a good cause.

As you probably know, King James will announce tonight where he'll hang his size 16 sneakers. He's making the announcement during an hour-long special on ESPN -- the proceeds from the uber-hyped announcement will benefit the Boys and Girls Club of America.

Now that you're done liking the guy even more than you probably already did, the question remains: where the hell is he gonna go?

The likely candidates are the New York Knicks, the Miami Heat, the Chicago Bulls, the New Jersey Nets and the Los Angeles Clippers. There's also a chance he'll remain on the Cleveland Cavaliers.

Since LeBron has the power to change stock prices, each city has rolled out the red carpet for the star. Our favorite pitch can be seen here.

Former Phoenix Suns big man Amare Stoudemire, who recently inked a deal with the Knicks, said he would lure LeBron to the Big Apple but we want to know what you think: where is LeBron gonna go? Is Amare enough to move the biggest name in sports to the city that never sleeps?

Vote -- and the results of yesterday's poll -- below.

Yesterday's poll question: Should a judge grant an injunction in SB 1070 lawsuit?

-70 percent said yes.

-30 percent said no.

Here is your morning poll:

 

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