King James Returns to Ohio

        LeBron James has created madness by leaving the "big 3" and the Miami Heat to go back home to Ohio. King James is now a member of the Cleveland Cavaliers again. James has signed a 2 year contract worth $42.1 million, with the option to opt out after the first year of the deal. Now before fans and everyone under the sun start questioning LeBron's loyalty, sources have told, that James had the goal of re-signing with the Cavs before the 2016-17 season when a new television deal is expected to create a large jump in value of the maximum contract. According to LeBron, Cleveland is where he always knew that he would finish out his career. James is finally the highest paid player on his team for the first time in his career. PG Kyrie Irving and the leader of this Cavaliers team up until the return of LeBron, just finalized his 5 year $90 million dollar deal. Lastly, rumors are running rampant that Kevin Love could be traded to Cleveland and that Love will re-sign for the long term. James, Irving, Love would make a new formidable big 3. Let's not forget their no.1 pick in this year's draft. Andrew Wiggins from Kansas. Wiggins was the highest touted player to enter the NBA since the King himself. The 2013 first overall pick for the Cavs, Anthony Bennett has showed some improved condition to go along with his new lighter more in shape physique through a few Summer League games. The Cavs also play in the watered down Eastern Conference.

By Steven Spector - 7-13-14