Allen Iverson the “Answer” to the Cleveland Cavaliers’ Problems

July 15th, 2010 by Dwayne Montell Leave a reply »
The city of Cleveland has hit rock bottom. LeBron James raped this city of its dignity when he went on national TV and made his decision to leave the Cleveland Cavaliers and join Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh in Miami.

The past seven years for the city of Cleveland were their golden years. They had the "Chosen One," LeBron James, they had hopes of winning multiple titles and ending that drought of failure in the city. The whole world knew Cleveland as the home of LeBron James. The fans embraced him and sold out arenas for seven straight years.

But then LeBron left, as though the city wasn't good enough for him. He wanted to be larger than life and it wasn't going to happen if he was playing in Cleveland. So a city that suffered through "The Drive," "The Fumble," and "The Shot" now has to suffer "The Decision." The city of Cleveland is left without a star, without an identity, without a team to cheer for, and sadly without any respect.


Cleveland Cavaliers owner Dan Gilbert personally guaranteed that the Cavaliers will win a championship before LeBron James does and promised that this franchise won't become irrelevant, but deep down he ...

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