There are separate walls that monumentalize the top 10 moments in Cowboys history, the Cowboys’ five Super Bowl wins and Cowboys Pro Bowlers, among other tributes. A cluster of manikins displays the evolution of the Cowboys uniform.
There’s a cafeteria run by master chefs. In that cafeteria are commemorative displays of “firsts” — the Cowboys’ first game, for example. One of Tom Landry’s old hats rests in a glass case a few yards away from where Jason Garrett eats his lunch.
The Cowboys’ locker room, weight room and training room, of course, are all as big and fancy as they come. Their main meeting room looks more like a deluxe movie theater.
There’s a brand-new NFL draft war room, which was used for the first time this year. Outside that room is a display case featuring the actual pre-draft evaluations of Troy Aikman, Emmitt Smith and Michael Irvin.
And so on — around each corner is a different nugget of Cowboys glory.
What we’re seeing here in the summer of 2017 is setting up the next blockbuster story, which will be LeBron 2018. As fascinating as the league’s flux has been lately, only James can single-handedly change the power structure in the NBA, and that will come next summer when he hits free agency.
Of course, there is a chance that James, as Irving has done, could lodge a trade demand with the Cavaliers. But few around the league expect that to happen. Instead, James will get through this season and decide where to play out his late NBA years next summer.
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