LeBron James signed with the Los Angeles Lakers, so how does his latest decision impact the future of the Cleveland Cavaliers?
LeBron James left the Cleveland Cavaliers for the second time in his 14-year NBA career.
James too less money to join the Lakers, signing a four-year maximum contract with the Lakers.
The last time James left the Cavaliers, the franchise went from the penthouse to the outhouse.
This time, it’s not as dire, although it’s still pretty bad. James is all-world and would be on the NBA’s Mount Rushmore. Losing him guarantees the Cavs won’t advance to their fifth straight NBA Finals.
What what squad ever does that?
The good times always come to and end at some point.
What LeBron accomplished in Cleveland is something that will never be witnessed again in Cleveland basketball history.