Welcome to the Rubber Capital, where car tires first rolled, the Goodyear Blimp took flight and two bouncing baby basketball prodigies were born less than four years apart in the 1980s.
All eyes are on LeBron. He’s not just trying to bring a trophy to Cleveland. He’s adding jewels to his crown, which he will one day try to match with Michael Jordan
“LeBron came into the league knowing how to play basketball and involve his teammates,” Laimbeer said. “Jordan had to learn that, and then they had to assemble some great teammates around him in order for him to win.”
LeBron James knew what he left behind when he bolted to Miami five years ago.
Michael Jordan, his eminence, excellence, and the exemplar of modern basketball, is the unquestioned king. But can King James leave the game with just one more jewel in his crown?
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A new poll says that 34% of NBA fans think MJ could beat Lebron right now in one-on-one.
Everything changed for the Cleveland Cavaliers when they found out LeBron James was bringing his talents home from South Beach.
LeBron James watched his coach draw up the final play — and then drew one up of his own.
The headband returned. The aggressiveness, dunks and dazzling plays all came back, too.