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Should LeBron James re-sign with the Cleveland Cavaliers?
LeBron James took the Cavs to the NBA Finals, but did not exercise his player opt-in making him a free agent. Should he re-sign with the team? Many thought LeBron James would retire in Cleveland, but some questionable signings and bad chemistry with the organization may mean it's time to jump ship... again. Still, Cleveland is his hometown, and retiring as a Cavalier would be the perfect capstone to LeBron James' legendary career. What do you think? 🏀
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The Cleveland Cavaliers might be in the NBA Finals, but it's obvious James isn't getting the help he deserves. Most of the team struggles have to do with the personnel decisions the front office has made.

Derrick Rose did not pan out for the team, and Isaiah Thomas was sent packing. If the Cavaliers can't build a team around the best player in the world, there is no way James can stay. Even their current players are only performing adequately because James is an otherworld talent. Other teams can give him what he needs.

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The Cavaliers are in the NBA Finals and LeBron James is the reason why. The King has everything in Cleveland. There's no reason to run away from a situation where he is universally loved. James gave the city its first championship after a five-decade drought and the fans will never forget that.

No matter where he goes, LeBron James will always be scrutinized heavily. With the Cavaliers, he is revered as the hometown kid who came back to fulfill a promise. No organization or fan base will take care of him like the Cavs will.

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Should LeBron James re-sign with the Cleveland Cavaliers?
A festive crown for the winner
#JumpShipLeBron
#StayLeBron