When negotiating a free-agent contract, it's common practice to seek a no-trade clause, performance incentives and bonuses for a championship. In the case of LeBron James, another fringe benefit is being extended if he opts to go to the New York Knicks next season.
Scores, a "gentleman's club" in Manhattan that is hyped often by Howard Stern, is offering the following if LeBron joins Spike Lee's favorite team: A lifetime pass to receive free lap dances; a dedicated "LeBron James Day" where each girl will wear his jersey when stepping onto stage; a lifetime pass for complimentary dinners.
We expect to hear a counteroffer from one of Cleveland's flesh-oriented clubs shortly. And this certainly beats those lame bets made between mayors of competing cities.