LeBron James’ Return To Cleveland Should Kick Off 2010-11 NBA Season

July 26th, 2010 by Keyon Jeff Leave a reply »
NBA Commissioner David Stern always envisions himself as the smartest person in the room, no matter where he is at any given moment.

Stern can prove he is an intellectual as well as business savvy when the league releases team and national television schedules in the coming weeks.

If he is as wise as he thinks he is, Stern will have LeBron James and the Miami Heat travel to Cleveland to face the Cavaliers on NBA Opening Night.

Call it "The Return."

By acquiring free agents James and Chris Bosh, and re-signing Dwyane Wade, the Heat have become the most polarizing (and star-studded) team in the league.

Right or wrong, LeBron has become the latest most-hated athlete in the world after "The Decision" debacle.

Most basketball fans either want to watch him and the new "Big Three" win the NBA title or watch him collapse in humiliating failure.

Obviously, Miami will get the maximum of 25 nationally televised games, but every team gets at least one (even the Los Angeles Clippers).

Given the current state of the Cavs, they probably won't be worthy of more than one na ...

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