LeBron James’ Decision Looking Better With Every Cleveland Cavalier Loss

January 4th, 2011 by Gordon Garner Leave a reply »
LeBron James' public perception changed forever last summer when he announced his decision to walk away from his hometown Cleveland Cavaliers.

Right now, he's gotta be feeling pretty darn good about that decision.

The Miami Heat have won 18 of their last 19 games, including a current 11-game winning streak on the road. They are half a game out of first place in the Eastern Conference, behind the Boston Celtics.

While there is plenty of season and postseason still to be played, it seems, at least right now, that the super team is working out pretty well.

More telling than the Heat's winning, however, may be the Cleveland Cavaliers' lack of winning. The Cavaliers are 8-26 right now, good for last place in the Eastern Conference.

The Cavaliers, quite opposite of the Heat, have lost 17 of their last 18 games, including a current seven-game losing skid. They are on pace to win 19 games this season. That would be the first time they've failed to win 30 games since before drafting LeBron James.

A lot of the critics of LeBron's decision asked, at the time, "How can you leave a team that won 61 games and won the Ea ...

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