Most Cavaliers fans have moved on from LeBron James. They seem more focused on their own team, their own issues, their own potential solutions.
As for James and the Heat, Cavs fans would still prefer they lose -- but they also realize thats not real likely most nights.
But thats the way it should be for Cavs fans. They should feel more in tune with what the team in Cleveland is doing.
They should also understand that it wont be this way forever.
Dwyane Wade is already getting older and becoming fairly injury-prone. Ray Allen and Rashard Lewis, two key off-season additions, maybe have a year or two left in the NBA. On top of that, the Heat are facing their own uncertain free-agent reality in 2014 -- when James, Wade and Chris Bosh are free to leave.
Basically, about the same time the Cavs should be getting good, the Heat may be on their way out. Maybe not, but its certainly possible.
For now, however, James is the best player in the game and the Heat are the fro...