It’s Up To Us: LeBron-less Cavs Are Still a Playoff Contender

July 5th, 2010 by Ahaviah Bessemer Leave a reply »
As we start rolling into the NBA's highly anticipated free agency, it seems that every day a different team has emerged as the front runner in winning the highly coveted LeBron James.

At this point of free-agency, it is too early to tell who will sign where.

One could say that LeBron gave hints that he will remain in Cleveland during the regular season. However, another could say that if he really wanted to stay with the Cavs he would have announced his intent on staying by now.

Cleveland, in many people's eyes, will remain the front runner until the King specifies otherwise. Although the Cavs are the home town team, sources close to the NBA have made clear that LeBron has also conveyed interest in the Bulls, Heat, Knicks, and Nets.

LeBron has expressed his desire to win a championship, and will base his decision on choosing a new team, with that as the criteria.

For two years running, LeBron & Co. have finished with the NBA's best regular season record; both years, however, ended with early playoff exits.

If LeBron remains in Cleveland, the team will likely have the same core of players that it had last ye ...

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