Why LeBron James’s Legacy is Far from Tarnished

July 10th, 2010 by Matt Miselis Leave a reply »
I would like to start off this article today with my sympathy to the fans, and the city of Cleveland.

The way he embarrassed the organization on national television was quite immature on his part, and I'm not sure if he will be forgiven for this act anytime soon.

But I have to say, I am tired of this nonsense. Two days later, LeBron James is being portrayed as a whole new human being.

Him joining the Miami Heat with Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh has ended conversations of being ever considered as one of the leagues greats?

That crosses the line for me.

He also is the one receiving all the blame for his departure in Cleveland, despite what he accomplished there in the beginning of his career.

People, let's give it a rest.

The man is only 25 years old, and has a long career ahead of him.

Though I believed it would have been nice for LeBron to continue his career in Cleveland, he thought otherwise, and I can't blame him for his decision.

He joins not only two of his closest friends, but two of the league's brightest stars, and creates one of the best trios to ever be created in th ...

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