LeBron James did not leave Cleveland for good. Part of him is still there as he helped the Cavaliers win their championship. LeBron joined the Los Angeles Lakers, and now he is going back to Cleveland.
SB Nation Editor-in-Chief Harrison Faigen has all the info about the upcoming match between the Los Angeles Lakers and the Cleveland Cavaliers.
“I don’t know. I don’t try to put too much into it. I’m gonna go out there and see if we can keep this thing going. We’re playing some really good ball right now. I’ll see some familiar faces like I did when I arrived (in Miami on Sunday). I’ll think about some of the good, I’ll think about some of the bad, I’ll think about some of the great that I had with the franchise. And then once the tip ball gets going it’s time to go to work. I’ll see some of my family that’s going to come to the games. See some of my friends as well and then get the thing going,” LeBron said of the match.
LeBron decided to opt out of the final year of his deal with the Cleveland Cavaliers, and joined the Lakers on the first day of his free agency.
The boy from Akron is still hanging around. Earlier this summer, LeBron opened the I Promise School in order to help 240 at-risk students. The kids will get free education, meals, and programs for their families. Students at LeBron’s I Promise School will be given GED classes and job placement. It does not get any better than that.
LeBron will always be present in Ohio, regardless of the team he plays in. He was part of the Cavaliers for too long, but it was time for changes. Are the Cavaliers ready to play against LeBron.