1. Drama free hoops
Having LeBron James on your roster means your team has a shot of going to the NBA Finals every season.
It also means mega-doses of non-stop drama.
Granted, every GM in the world would sign up for the roller coaster ride that is LeBron because his presence changes lives.
Just ask Ty Lue. Many Cavs’ fans don’t have a high opinion of their team’s top basketball man, but he’ll forever be an NBA championship winning coach.
Now James is gone, there’s no need to analyze Instagram posts, looking for meaning in James’ posts. There’s no need to play season-long guessing games about what may or may not please the greatest player in the world.
All Cavs’ fans have to do is watch basketball.
No, it won’t be championship caliber basketball, but that’s not our fault. As much as everyone hates James’ drama, each and every one of us would’ve gladly signed up for five more seasons of it.
Now, James in the drama capital of the world, and the Lakers have plenty of laying in wait with their point guard Lonzo Ball and his father, Lavar.