Four years ago, LeBron James made the huge announcement that left the city of Cleveland,OH completely heartbroken and betrayed and I never understood his decision. LeBron arrived in Miami to boast that he joined forces with Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh to win multiple championships. I was excited by the news that Bosh had decided to sign with the Miami Heat, but not at the news of LeBron. I did not want LeBron to play alongside Wade or Bosh, ever.
Over time, I realized that having LeBron in Miami was not such a bad idea after all. It actually seemed as if it all happened at a convenient time, especially since Wade was hampered with injuries. The first trip to the NBA finals was a learning experience and without it, the two championships that followed would not have been achieved. This past NBA finals just goes to show how difficult it is to accomplish a three-peat.
Astonishing is to say the least of how well the Spurs executed every single possession. Unbelievable, it seems, that the last year that the Spurs won a championship title was 2007 and their three top players then were still on the roster now. Although the Heat were not able to earn a three-peat this year, the Heat would have been an absolute contender for many years to come and could have definitely won a couple of more championships.
Now, LeBron has decided to return to Cleveland, once more he leaves a team in a complete discomposure. Chris Bosh has decided to stay put in Miami. I hope Wade does the same, if not, it was definitely a nice run and I wish him well wherever he may go. And to LeBron I wish nothing but the best. Despite the loss this year, I was already looking forward for him to win another championship in Miami along with Wade and Bosh, but he had other plans and that's fine with me. Now, I hope to see LeBron compete against so many other star players without the help of players that have already culminated their talents.