LeBron James Decision: Is His Legacy Ruined by Leaving Cleveland?

July 9th, 2010 by Sachin Arora Leave a reply »
LeBron James was supposed to be the chosen one, the one to end the Cleveland title drought, the next Jordan, and many other things.

Now, he's the most hated man in Cleveland.

LeBron bolted from Cleveland to join the Miami Heat after playing seven season for the Cavaliers. The furthest he has gone in his career with the Cavs have been a loss in the NBA finals.

Considering he hasn't gotten any other legitimate players to play alongside, he's done great for the city, and the Cavaliers should be grateful for what he's done, rather than burning his jerseys.

It's not like he owes the city of Cleveland anything. 

I don't blame him for leaving, the Cavaliers have failed over and over again to surround him with good players. LeBron wants to win, and he felt that he didn't have that opportunity in Cleveland anymore.

As a fan, it's obviously frustrating seeing your best player walk, but if you put yourself in his shoes, would you rather play alongside Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh or Mo Williams and Antawn Jamison?

I don't even need to answer that.

LeBron doesn't care about money, he doesn't car ...

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