LeBron James: McClelland’s Take on LeBummer and His Mistake/Decision

July 10th, 2010 by Zach McClelland Leave a reply »
I heard LeBron James was having an hour special on ESPN to make his decision. That's when I finally knew that it was all coming down for him. That's when I knew that he was leaving Cleveland. It was done, and it was over with.

The next day, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh both told NBA analyst Michael Wilbon on ESPN that they would both plan to sign with the Miami Heat. As soon as that hit me, I knew LeBron was in for a world of hurt.

A man without a team will have to fight off two top 10 players on the same team now, let alone Boston and Orlando. I immediately thought to myself, "His best decision would be the Bulls. He'll go to the Bulls. Derrick Rose, LeBron, and Carlos Boozer ready to take the Eastern Conference by storm. He'll still be 'the man' and he'll keep his legacy and stature as an MVP."

But then I had to think of the way LeBron thinks. LeBron James, after seven years in Cleveland, has been blinded. He doesn't want to be the MVP or have global fame. He just wants the rings. He'd kill to get rings.

But he's not "killing" to get the rings now. He's giving up his legacy as the best to get the rings. "I'm taking my talents down to ...

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