So, after the Cavs lost last night, LeBron got dressed and left the locker room without talking to the media.
It got me thinking, how does the loss affect the Knicks' chances at LeBron, bear with me...
Cavs management now has to make a move, a big one, somewhere. If James doesn't believe the Cavs are committed to winning, committed to getting more pieces (they should have moved Wally for someone big, and I am still dumbfounded that they didn't), maybe he leaves. Because at the end of the day it's about championships, period. Could he think maybe that the Cavs are more committed to having LeBron there than they are to winning? We may see this offseason. LeBron wants championship, could it be possible that LeBron could want out because he doesn't believe he can win in Cleveland with the way they run their team?
Could LeBron feel like he HAS to win in Cleveland at this point? That he has something to prove? That leaving would cause him to be the most hated superstar in Cleveland? Something tells me maybe this guy wants to win a title in Cleveland, that without it his career isn't ELITE (even if it really may be)? Could be, I wonder what leaving the locker room could mean for his chances of staying?