Jul 11, 2014, 4:47 PM EDT
He wanted to go home again and bring a title to a city that hasn’t had one since Lyndon B. Johnson was president (another LBJ). LeBron is betting with his legacy that he can do it, that with Kyrie Irving (and whoever else is on that roster once the dust settles) Cleveland can win it all.
Matt Stroup and I discuss what this means for Cleveland and LeBron going forward in the latest PBT Extra.
- Nets use 18-0 second-half run to secure Game 3 victory over Hawks 2
- Mavericks coach Rick Carlisle fined $25K for publicly criticizing officials after Game 3 loss to Rockets 5
- PBT Extra: Stephen Curry starting to have his defining playoff moments 8
- Behind 32 points from Kawhi Leonard, Spurs rout Clippers to take 2-1 series lead 13
- The Truth (and Marcin Gortat) will set Washington free, up 3-0 on Toronto after win 8
- James Harden scores 42 points to lead Rockets to Game 3 win, 3-0 series lead over Mavericks 17
- Why can’t the Pelicans foul in a timely manner? 7
- PBT Extra: No Rajon Rondo, no Chandler Parsons, Dallas is in trouble vs. Houston 6