Wow, Decision 3.0 basically came with a whisper.
Hey, I guess when you change teams eight times in three years like LeBron James now has, you get a little tired of it.
Which may be why the best Player in the NBA—with little fanfare—announced he was leaving Cleveland for a second time, once again taking his talents south to a beach.
And this would be the beaches of Los Angeles.
Another difference is that this time he is leaving behind an NBA title in Cleveland and—for that reason—I would imagine a lot less smoldering Number 23 jerseys.
At any rate, L.A.-Bron—spelled with an “L” and an “A”—hey get used to it—announced last night that he had agreed to a four-year, $154-million contract with the Lakers, joining one of the league's most storied franchises and switching conferences to try and dethrone the Golden State Warriors and grow his own legacy.
And you can bet that legacy is getting in the way of those Warriors winning a third straight title and fourth in five years.
Source: Bleacher Report