Posted Jun 28 2010 7:45AM
SINGAPORE (AP) -- The upcoming NBA free agency period, and the prospect of a new LeBron James-led team, is causing mixed feelings among rival players.
Minnesota Timberwolves forward Corey Brewer said Monday a team led by James, and including a few of his fellow All-Star free agents, could dominate the NBA for years to come.
Along with two-time most valuable player James, All Stars Dwyane Wade, Chris Bosh and Joe Johnson become free agents on Thursday, sparking speculation some of those players could join forces to create a new force in the NBA.
Brewer is in Singapore as part of a delegation of NBA players and coaches conducting a basketball clinic.
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