Warning To Miami Heat Fans: You Aren’t Getting “King” LeBron James

July 12th, 2010 by Erik Frenz Leave a reply »
It's no secret to anyone, at this point, that LeBron James left his childhood hometown team, the Cleveland Cavaliers, on national television on Thursday night. He left for greener pastures and the Miami Heat, who had just acquired free agent Chris Bosh while retaining Dwyane Wade.

In doing so, the Heat demoted LeBron from "King" James to prince.

I don't know a whole lot about basketball, and I don't pretend to. The extent of my attention to basketball has been the occasional Boston Celtics game at my friend's apartment, but I hope to pay attention more closely to the NBA this year than in year's past, and that shouldn't be hard to do with all the media attention that will inevitably surround the season.

I could be sorely mistaken, but the hype that's surrounding King James' new ruling domain seemed to have been built on the premise that teams had a chance to gain a new star. No longer would the masses wander aimlessly; they would finally have a direction, a clear-cut leader that could carry the team to greatness.

One of the characteristics that has made him such a sought-after acquisition this free agency period was his leaders ...

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