Whenever LeBron James comes to Cleveland, the discussion begins.
Will James return to the Cavaliers? Will he remain with the Heat? Will he wind up in some other unsuspected destination?
Theyre all legit questions.
We have nothing close to the answers to any.
All we know for sure is the Heat have won 23 straight games, or just 10 shy of the all-time NBA record, entering Wednesdays game at Cleveland.
All we can assume is James has never been better. And were talking about a guy who has already won three league MVPs and one Finals MVP.
Today, LeBron is more than just the best player in the game. Hes also a winner. He also plays with an edge, makes the right pass and hits the important shots. Hes no slouch when it comes to defense or rebounding, either.
Oh, and in case James happens to be something less than his best (extremely rare these days), he still has Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh next to him.
The Cavs, on the other hand, are a mess -- and not really via any fault of their own. For ...