LeBron James in 2006: “I Don’t Want to Go Ring Chasing”

July 12th, 2010 by Derrick Lightfoot Leave a reply »
I couldn't help but get caught up in this "Miami Thrice" talk. After "The Decision," it seems some with really good memories remembered a piece ESPN's Chris Broussard did with LeBron James back in 2006. Here are some of the highlights of the piece:

"I just hope that one day people will think I was one of the best players to ever play in this league. Ever."

Well they might, but you really hurt those chances by taking the easy way out as some say. Like most have pointed out, the best take their teams on their backs and lead them to the Finals.

Yeah, Kobe had Shaq, and now has Gasol and a pretty good supporting cast, but when you're playing with Wade and Bosh, it's going to be hard getting your name up there with the Jordans of the world.

"But I do want to be the best player on the court every time I step out there. It's all about competing, trying to be the best."

I am not sure "taking your talents to South Beach" to play with Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh is striving to be the best player on the court and trying to be the best.

"It's also important to me to make the team I'm on now the best. I don't want to go ri ...

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