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    SiriuslyLong is offline
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    What will Lebron do?

    He wants titles. He can get them in Miami and live in a great town for rich young men.

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    Yeah, but he can have a great time, be in the top advertising market in the U.S., enjoy a rich cultural life, meet the most amazing women from all over the world, and maybe () win a title in New York City.
    Going to be interesting to see which he chooses. Obviously titles are in the uppermost of his mind.

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    You guys are NUTS.

    Lebron is a Cleveland boy through and through....just as I am! OK, so he's from Akron, we won't dither over 35 miles.

    He's staying put and going to be happy in his hometown. No one from Ohio expects to ever be a champion, it's just not in our blood! LOL

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    You know what, i hope he does stay in Cleveland. i would love to see him in New York but expect him to go to Miami.

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    It would be great to see him loyal to Cleveland, but like Lloyd, I think Miami is in the cards. We'll see soon enough.

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    Its miami like we thought. Well now they need some more supporting players to surround the 3. Should be interesting to see how this plays itself out over the course of the season.
    Last edited by Havakasha; 07-09-2010 at 10:17 AM.

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    OK, OK, OK,....he went to Miami. LOL

    I'm a huge sports fan, but not overly loyal to any certain teams. I just love to watch good games being played by good athletes.

    I think this will be a really interesting group to watch on the court. I think they were the core of the Olympic team that won Gold.

    This could be great fun to watch.

    Too bad for Cleveland I suppose. But, like I said before. Nobody from Cleveland should ever expect to be a champion....it just doesn't seem to be in our destiny!

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    One more thing

    It sure as hell is nice to not be talking about politics with you two.

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    Miami it was. I could tell from the start of the interview. LeBron was clearly unsettled. His foot was bouncing up and down. He didn't want to leave, but the opportunity to play with other great players was too much. I'm old school; I'd like to have seen him stay committed to his home town.

    Wouldn't it be great if Miami played Cleveland in Cleveland the fans boycotted the game lol.

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