So, I'm driving home from work today and I hear the craziest story. The first thought I had was, I bet the guys on the blog could come up with some wild senarios.
Back in the 70's Jack Kent Cook owned both the LA Lakers basketball team and the LA Kings hockey team, some other guy(I can't remember his name) owned the Chicago Bulls basketball team and the Chicago Blackhawks hockey team. There was a talked about trade between the two. The Lakers would trade Wilt Chamberlain to the Chicago Bulls and the Chicago Blackhawks would trade Bobby Hull to the LA Kings. Crazy huh? What a hell of an uproar that would have caused.
Let's say Steven Ross also owned the Miami Heat and Robert Kraft also owned the Celtics. They decide to trade Labron James to the Celtics for Tom Brady to the Dolphins. Now realistically this is never going to happen. But I say to hell with realism. I challenge you to come up with some real fantasies. Only one rule, players must be playing at the same time. No trading Mickey Mantle for Joe Montana. But don"t limit yourself to players coaches are in play also.