Well, congratulations to the Heat for winning.
Now I have to listen about how great he is all summer, ESPN did a complete turn around and now kiss him so much.
Anyway, just waiting for Bradley Beal now to make John Wall better and vise versa.
The owner of the Miami Heat has gone to extremes to enable the team to be a Premier in the NBA. Since the 2006 title, there has been a gradual rebuild culminating in the Big 3 coming together. James was worthy of his MVP title in the same way that Kobe and Jordan earned theirs in the past.
They wanted to do this before they get drafted, all play for one team.
A winner is not someone who ditches a team behind and joins a team preparing to be full of superstars, if he had stayed in Cleveland and won a ring there, he would be held in much higher regard.
Who puts "Chosen 1" on their back, it's asking to be hated and disliked.
This offseason has been surprising with Ray Allen going to Miami, Nash being traded to L.A.