I’ll admit it… even the morning after Decision 2014, I’m still basking in the news that LeBron James is coming back to the Cavaliers. It’s not often that things go right with sports in Cleveland so I’m going to soak it up while I can. I’m not a hip hop fan by any stretch of the imagination, but Coming Home by Diddy – Dirty Money caught my ear years ago when it came out and … Continue reading
A new and updated version of Cleveland Cavalier owner Dan Gilbert’s infamous letter to Cavs fan has been found. 😉 All jokes aside… welcome home King James. Time to get to work and bring Cleveland a championship. Update Just adding a couple of funny LeBron-related pics I’ve seen throughoug the day today.
It’s four years after “The Decision” and LeBron James is at it again. Since leaving the Cleveland Cavaliers, James has won 2 NBA championships with the Miami Heat and been inarguably the best basketball player on the planet. Now that free agency is underway he’s once again deciding where he wants to hang his hat and play ball. The story has blown up and we’re in full on LeBronWatch mode here in Cleveland. Restaurants are … Continue reading
One last LeBron-centric post and then I’ll be done on the topic for the foreseeable future. People say that Gilbert’s response makes him look ridiculous. Personally I think it makes him look like an owner who gives a shit. Sure he may scare away a couple of potential free agents with that blast, but I’m guessing in the end it may show how passionate he is. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again… … Continue reading
Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you know that tonight LeBron James went on ESPN during prime time and told the world that he was going to be leaving Cleveland for greener pastures with the Miami Heat. If I’m being honest, the decision didn’t really come as much of a surprise to this Cleveland fan. I can’t blame James for wanting to put himself in the best situation. That’s his right not only as … Continue reading
LeBron James is going on ESPN tonight to tell the world where he’ll be playing next year. I’m to the point now where I’m completely sick of the sports angle of the story and quite frankly I just want to get it done with. However, there’s another angle to this story that folks in Cleveland aren’t really talking about, and honestly for the city of Cleveland it’s probably more important than bringing a championship here. … Continue reading