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NYCADSCO was featured in several national media outlets for its billboard asking Lebron James to join the Knicks.

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You can add New York to the list of cities courting LeBron James with a billboard.
A billboard near Madison Square Garden is challenging James to sign with the Knicks as a free agent with the phrase “King of New York? Prove it” and the hashtag #KingJamesNYC18.

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Business Insider

Perhaps the hottest new trend in NBA free agency is fans putting up billboards to try and coax LeBron James to join their team this summer.
Philadelphia fans kicked off the trend when they put up billboards in Cleveland asking LeBron to “Complete the Process” by signing with the 76ers.

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NBA

Cleveland. Los Angeles. Akron. Portland. And now, the Big Apple.
New York is the latest city in a trend of recent ones to get a billboard aimed at getting LeBron James’ attention. The sign recently went up and is located near one of the main

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CBA Sports

Deep down, don’t all humans just want to be wanted? That’s not a problem for Cleveland Cavaliers superstar LeBron James, who in the last few months has seen billboards erected in several cities trying to recruit him to join their teams.

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Oath

Yahoo is now part of the Oath family. Due to EU data protection laws, we (Oath), our vendors and our partners need your consent to set cookies on your device to use your search, location and browsing data to understand your interests and personalise and measure ads on our products.

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HNHH

If LeBron James really is the “King of New York,” as he described earlier this season, he needs to prove it by joining the Knicks as a free agent this Summer. Well, that’s what the new billboard outside of Madison Square Garden says, anyway.

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Daily Knicks

One of the biggest storylines from the opening half of the 2017-18 NBA regular season was the strange feud between LeBron James and the New York Knicks. James tried to bully Frank Ntilikina, got into a trash-talking spat with Enes Kanter, and took multiple verbal shots at the Knicks.

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MSN

New video shows the parents of eight Thai boys, who were stranded in a cave for almost three weeks with their soccer coach, waving through protective glass as their children are quarantined to reduce the risk of infection.

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Larry Brown Sports

The recruiting efforts toward Cleveland Cavaliers star LeBron James have already begun in earnest.
Facing free agency this summer, James is the hottest property, and one New York company is up with a billboard trying to convince him that the Knicks are the right place for him.

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Complex

A New York marketing company has taken LeBron’s James’ recruitment into their own hands by daring the four-time MVP to prove he’s the “King of New York” by signing with the Knicks this summer. The sign was put up between 31st and 32nd streets on 7th Avenue.

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Yard Barker

The recruiting efforts toward Cleveland Cavaliers star LeBron James have already begun in earnest.
Facing free agency this summer, James is the hottest property, and one New York company is up with a billboard trying to convince him that the Knicks are the right place for him.

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SI

New York is the latest city to make its recruiting pitch to LeBron James with a massive billboard. A billboard popped up near Madison Square Garden Thursday night asking LeBron to join the Knicks. The blue and orange banner said “King of New York? Prove it.”

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Newyork Post

First it was The Decision to join the Heat and then the homecoming with the Cavaliers. Will the kingdom in New York City be next for LeBron James?
A New York City marketing company, NYC Ads Co., is trying to do its part to make it so.

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Daily News

As Wayne Gretzky said, you miss 100 percent of the shots you don’t take.
So why not take the real long shot.
A billboard on 7th Avenue between 31st and 32nd streets – facing the main entrance to Madison Square Garden.

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