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I can see it now.... The rumors have been slowly gaining steam for the past year... The Cavs have slowly been grooming a budding superstar and a solid young nucleus... The sour taste in northeast Ohio fans' mouths has faded.... If the Heat struggle (or even if they don't), there's a growing sentiment that Lebron James may entertain the idea of joining the Cavs in the summer of 2014, an idea that maybe the current sentiment of the Cavs brass right now...Obviously I'm not suggesting there will be a made for tv show, such as the one he did a few summers back... I just hope we Cavs fans don't have to go thru anything like we did then, especially if the outcome would be what most Cleveland sports outcomes are...
This post was edited by srobb 15 months ago
4get about it. LeBone isn't coming back to Ohio.
Oh yea and to hell with him too. I left that out
I'm not saying this has anything to do with anything, but why keep the house in Ohio?
He is from Akron, maybe that is why he kept the house.
He may be out of Miami when he becomes a free agent again. Wade and Bosh are already showing signs of ageing. Lebron is better with the ball in his hand, so if be came to Cleveland it may take some time for him to gel with Kyrie.....similar to the early troubles with Wade.
Akron Beacon Journal has said LeBron coming back to Cleveland in 2014 is the worst kept secret in the NBA right now. If you look at how the Cavs are positioning themselves salary cap-wise, it makes sense.
In terms of teams having money available for summer of 2014, at this point (and that could change with trades clearing space) the Lakers are the only other team that are capable of signing him, but they will lose that flexibility when they sign Dwight Howard to a deal this summer.
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