- Report: Miami Heat ‘purposely’ showed no interest in Duncan Robinson to keep him secret
- Report: Bam Adebayo could become Miami Heat’s ‘lead recruiter’ over Jimmy Butler to add 3rd star
- Miami Heat’s Meyers Leonard warns that other contenders are ‘interested’ in him
- Meyers Leonard reveals 2 crucial things he’s looking for to return to the Miami Heat
- Dwyane Wade makes a bold claim about NBA draft prospect Anthony Edwards
- Report: Miami Heat showing strong interest in another sharpshooting Kentucky guard
- Udonis Haslem and Dwyane Wade reminisce on getting their ‘a—s beat’ by Allen Iverson in 2003
- Report: Miami Heat schedule an interview with Duke’s Tre Jones
- Several signs pointing to Heat big man Meyers Leonard leaving Miami
- Report: Miami Heat have Paul Millsap and Wesley Matthews ‘on their radar’
Miami Heat News: LeBron James Headed Back to Cleveland
- Updated: July 11, 2014
After much speculation and the world waiting hand and foot on number six, it looks like the LeBron James sweepstakes has finally come to an end. For the 2014-2015 NBA season, James will be rocking a Cleveland Cavaliers uniform and join forces with Kyrie Irving, Andrew Wiggins, Dion Waiters, and quite possibly rumor has it, superstar power forward Kevin Love.
You guys may have heard of the old adage, “It’s better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all,” well, that’s how you should feel about LeBron. The man came here, took flack from the entire basketball world and brought us four years of arguably the most entertaining and high level of basketball in Miami Heat history. We went to the NBA finals four times, went on a historic 27 game winning streak, and came away with two NBA championships.
Although, I still disagree with LeBron’s decision to join the Cavs, the man did what was best for him, and at the end of the day, as a professional athlete, he had to make that decision for himself. For the love of God, let us not stoop down to the level of those that crucified King James when he left town. Let us take the higher road and stay the classy organization we all know we are.
Good luck on you future endeavors LeBron, and thanks for the memories.