Why LeBron James Will Remain as the NBA’s Best Star Player Until He Retires

September 25th, 2012 by John Friel Leave a reply »
If you're from where I'm from, then you can't wait for the start of the NBA training camp.

In South Florida, a training camp that the public won't be allowed to watch is drawing more anticipation than next week's Miami Dolphins game. There is more talk revolving around whether Dexter Pittman will be cut, rather than the Dolphins chances of making the playoffs.

The fanbase of these two teams would rather know how Josh Harrellson benefits the team, instead of knowing how Legedu Naanee could possibly get involved in the Dolphins offense.

Mostly, however, fans are excited to see a stable team that knows how to play. A large reason why fans in the tri-county area of South Florida are foaming at the mouth for the NBA season to start is, of course, because of LeBron James.

We've been without professional basketball since June 21st and with the Miami Heat's championship run ending in a success, it's made the offseason seem to stretch on.

Needless to say, they're waiting on the edge of their seats because they want to see him pick up right where he left off as an NBA champion on one side of the world and a gold medal winner on another.< ...

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