LeBron James: The League’s Worst GM

May 14th, 2010 by Adam Lawrence Leave a reply »
LeBron James could very well be the greatest player of the last decade.

James, a two-time MVP, has been in the process of rejuvenating a city since being taken with the first pick of the 2003 draft. Back then LeBron was just a basketball player.

And his popularity couldn't have been better. People dubbed him "The King," and the city of Cleveland took to the superstar as the future of their organization.

Now, finally, the honeymoon phase is over.

LeBron is no longer a young kid ready to infuse even more interest in the sport of basketball, but now making executive decisions in search for his first and long-awaited NBA title.

And I don't disagree with these motives.

The Cavs do not have an exceptional coaching staff nor great scouting and management, reasons why James has gained far greater control and power in Cleveland than any of his superstar counterparts around the league.

While at first James seemed competent in demanding more extreme measures to be taken to improve the Cavs, such ailments in team chemistry and organization are now becoming more and more visible after Cleveland's most recent ...

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