In the wake of LeBron James' exit from the playoffs and the beginning of the Summer of LeBron, here are my two cents about the whole thing:
I Keep hearing players say that the most important thing to them is winning. Even if that means going somewhere else to have a better shot.
Sure, but shouldn't the goal of great players be to win where you are? Isn't that what makes great players great?
Whatever happened to that?
Great players make wherever they are the best team it possibly can be. I see it as a lack of character when players run to the best situation to try to win after they fail to win somewhere. Then it really becomes about the player and not the team and the only thing that "wins" is the individual.
Soon, we'll all be LeBron or Kevin Garnett fans, instead of Cavs or Timberwolves fans.
In other news, LeBron will still be the top overall player selected in Fantasy hoops drafts this fall -- possible lack of character and all.