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King James Leaving for Miami (can you really blame him)

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Forum topic by sawblade1 posted 07-09-2010 09:06 AM 829 views 0 times favorited 1 reply Add to Favorites Watch
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07-09-2010 09:06 AM

Yes tonight kinda hurt not much of a basketball fan but the one who got me to watch is going to a different team. Dang Guess I’ll just stay in the shop a little more this season :( I really don’t blame him for his decision, AFTER 7 YEARS OF PLAYING FOR A TEAM AND NOT SUCCEEDING at getting a championship ring and after Danny Gilbert’s comments on how Le-Bron give up toward the end, well I don’t blame him one bit SPEND THE MONEY TO MAKE A TEAM!!!!!! you have the best 2 Time MVP player and can’t get a championship team to play with him ? There are a lot of disappointed fans out there but Le-Bron didn’t turn his back on Akron, but made it clear it wasn’t a light decision either, I feel if the Cavs really wanted to keep Le-Bron they should have done a better job at building a team, from the Manager on down to the players on the floor. Unforgettably we lost a legend and I hope he will come back but if the owner of the team would have spent less time building a casino which will not help, and more time building a team maybe this would have broke the Cleveland curse, maybe the money wold have been greater,the money won, from the sales of memorabilia,maybe would have even turned the economy locally around, but mismanagement of the team, lack of concern for a championship and no real vision Probably discouraged him to eventually just give up and say there is no hope here I want to do better and who could really get mad at him for that .

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#1 posted 07-09-2010 01:17 PM

I wonder if no state income tax in Florida was a factor that he considered.

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