LeBron James is one of the most consistent players in the NBA, both on and off the court.
A new poll says Ohioans by a wide margin forgive LeBron James for leaving for the Miami Heat in 2010 and overwhelmingly approve of the Cleveland Cavaliers’ decision to sign him to a two-year contract.
It was a very unique situation when LeBron James and Chris Bosh joined Dwyane Wade in Miami back in the summer of 2010.
Saturday, the terms LeBron James’ new contract were revealed. He will make $42 million over the length of the 2-year contract with the Cavaliers and can opt out after just one season.
Now that LeBron James has informed the world of his decision to return back to the Cleveland Cavaliers, Heat fans are left wondering where the next domino will fall.
LeBron James is home. No, he hasn’t made his decision yet but King James and Dwyane Wade were spotted getting off a plane Thursday night in Miami after the Heat free agents spent time in Las Vegas at the LeBron James Skills Academy.
For a while Tuesday night, it looked like Miami Heat superstar LeBron James was going to make a run at Wilt Chamberlain’s 100 point game record. James cooled off in the second half but still led the Heat to a 100-96 victory over his former team, the Cleveland Cavaliers.
Miami sports fans often lament at the dysfunction of the pro sports franchises not named the Heat. But, Miami fans should take heed that it could always be worse, as fans in Cleveland continue to find out each year.
In the summer of 2010, NBA superstar LeBron James made “the decision” that re-shaped the game of basketball and angered millions of fans and media members. But three years later, it’s LeBron who has risen above it all to become the greatest player in his generation.
Miami Heat superstar forward LeBron James told the media Thursday that he could possibly play for the Cleveland Cavaliers again before his career is over.