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If you were LeBron James, would you leave the Cleveland Cavaliers?

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1VINDYAK(1803 comments)posted 5 years ago

As a natural-born basketball star, Lebron is always expected to score 30 points, with 15 assists and 20 rebounds, but that can wear on a person after a full season and into the playoffs. He can be his own worst enemy, as he takes control of a game for the win, while leaving teammates standing around.

It is pretty apparent coach Brown does not have the control over the team, nor the respect of the players. I see a re-build this summer with Brown being replaced and new big name free agents being signed to encourage Lebron to stay.

This will be a very active summer, as teams such as New York and Chicago will wine and dine Lebron for his services.

The Cav's owner, Dan Gilbert, must start the show for Lebron by firing coach Brown and bringing in an upper tier coach quickly. Once the playoffs are over, many new big name free agents will be available. If Gilbert wants to win in the playoffs next year, this will be his best opportunity to assemble a team that can do it.

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2RobertAlphonso(74 comments)posted 5 years ago

LBJ is already looking at property on the Upper West Side and in Connecticut. He is long gone. Denial only makes this fact more painful.

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3Jbreed2011(37 comments)posted 5 years ago

If I were him I would do anything to get the heck out of Ohio even if it meant selling popcorn at Laker's games.

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4VINDYAK(1803 comments)posted 5 years ago

Remember when the rumor mill said Bill Cowher bought a house in Strongsville, so he will be the next coach for the Cleveland Browns?

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5ytown01(21 comments)posted 5 years ago

If I were Lebron I would stay and try to prove I were a true leader. He failed miserably at leading this team. Injured or not a true leader cannot quit like he did the last 2 games. No matter what the odds MJ,Magic or Bird would never quit. The coach Brown needs to go it is obvious the team has no confidence in his decisions. If I were Gilbert I would try to sign LJ but I would not give him the bank. He has failed to show in the playoffs under pressure he can follow in the foot steps of the great ones or deserves top money, So Lebron grow up and admit these disappointing losses the last several years were as much your fault as Brown,'s or Ferry's.

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6drw122(35 comments)posted 5 years ago

Hope he goes and takes his racist views with him.

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