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I think it would be a great story if LeBron goes back to Cleveland & wins titles for them & I am not a LeBron fan but I would respect that.
No he wont
its Miami or Cleveland.
I Ain't got no Worries - Lebron James
I forgot they hired mike brown. They will suck no matter who is there. Awful offensive coach couldn't draw up a play to save his life.
Miami could easily win it again next year. Not saying they will, but they return everyone from back to back championship teams.
You point out others who are injured and then ignored the fact that Wade was playing with two bum knees. That won't be the case next year.
Besides, the Celtics and the Bulls are still really no threat IMO even with those two healthy. Celtics sold their best guys and the Bulls are incredibly one dimensional with Rose. They're a regular season team until proven otherwise.
Also, Lebron doesn't owe the city of Cleveland anything.
Lebron doesn't owe a thing to Cleveland. Gave them 7 years of winning basketball and injected hundreds of millions into that city. Not a thing.
And the best player in the world plays for the heat. You got to beat him 4times in 7tries to knock him out. We shall see.
Lebron actually loves being home, what is not know is how much time he actually spends there. What a fitting end to your career, going home and winning multiple titles for a depressed city that loves their sport teams.
No way they win more titles in Miami, Wade is aging, and Bosh is the most overpaid player in the league, and then after that they have nothing. In Cleveland he has a young core, no worries about bringing in over the hill free agents for the mid level exception every year. Cavs have the rights to all of their players, and Gilbert is more than willing to pay the luxury tax. Multiple high level NBA sources have stated that it's the worst kept secret in the NBA that Lebron goes back to Cleveland.
No matter what happens, Lebron will not be in Miami after next year. He hates the fans, he may love the sunshine, but he can get that whenever he wants.
I don't watch much NBA, as everyone knows I can't stand it. I do watch some of the playoffs, and if Indiana would have had Granger, Miami would have been beaten badly. Would have never even went to game 7. That is like Miami missing Lebron. Granger is the star of that team.
Indiana is the team to beat in the East next season.
Agree Marine, I think Indiana should have won without Granger. With Granger, I think it's Indiana and New Jersey battling for the top seed, and NJ's luxury tax is what 70million?
I grew up liking Indiana because of Reggie. The little I watched this season, Indiana takes me back to the days of the good NBA. A hard-nosed team that will punch you in the mouth. None of that pansy ass whiner ball most of the league plays, including Miami. I might even watch a little more next season for that reason. Indiana at the moment plays old school basketball, which is what this league is missing.
Pretty big reach there.
Haha Guess we'll see..
Im in for the 3 peat..
According to these gents. its New Jersey and Indiana.
hahaha love it.
how are you the first one to say this
he didnt play 1 min last yr im surprised anybody wanted him
Bynum is DONE and add on to it he doesn't give two craps about rehab.
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