ESPN.com — “If LeBron James stays, it’s going to be like a new chapter in the Cavaliers’ history.
They’ve been in the playoffs for two years, but they’ve never been in it together.
And we all know how the Cavs can be unpredictable.”
— ESPN.COM The story of the year is that of the Cavaliers, and they’ve been a playoff team in the NBA for more than a decade.
The Cleveland Cavaliers, as they are known, are a franchise with a history of championship-deciding seasons and a star-studded roster of athletes.
They have the most wins in the league.
They are one of the best teams in the East.
They can compete in the Eastern Conference.
They’re one of three teams to win the title in the last two seasons.
But their history as an underdog team, which has not been able to repeat as title winners since 2002, is one of their biggest challenges this season.
How can the Cavaliers overcome the adversity and the history of losing?
ESPN.org will be on hand to answer those questions as part of our NBA Countdown.
Here is what ESPN.co.uk’s NBA Countdown has to say: “James will return to Cleveland to play a major role for the Cavs this season, but there’s a big difference between LeBron James and an NBA franchise.
James is the owner and chairman of the Cleveland Cavaliers.
If LeBron James leaves, it will be like an NBA championship team.
The Cavs will be the first team to make it to the Finals since the Celtics in 1992, and that team went to the second round of the playoffs in each of the past three years.
That team also featured some of the greatest players of all time, including Michael Jordan and Kobe Bryant.
And that team is now gone, and James is one more piece of the franchise.
He will be one of those players who will continue to have an impact on the franchise even after he’s gone.
The team will also be led by another star, Kyrie Irving, who is coming off his third straight All-Star appearance and has become a perennial All-NBA player.
That is the kind of player that James is going to have to help keep the Cavs competitive.
The only way this team can get back to that status is if LeBron James plays well.
But the Cavs have been very consistent in winning championships, and the reason is because of James, not the other way around.
So it will all come down to one thing.
Can LeBron James make the right decision about where he wants to go next season?”
ESPN.TV’s John Schuhmann is joined by NBA writer Chris Herring, who has covered the Cavs since 2002 and helped guide the team to its current spot in the playoff race.
Schuhns is a former NBA executive and has been covering the team since it was a rebuilding project.
Herring also has been writing for the website Bleacher Report since the NBA Finals.
He also contributes to the ESPN Insider podcasts.
Herrings story starts with the team’s history of winning championships.
“When you’re talking about LeBron James’ future with the Cleveland Cavs, there are two things to keep in mind.
One is that the Cavaliers are a team that has won a championship in five of the last six seasons.
So the next step in their rebuild is figuring out how to keep winning championships in a different way than most teams do.
The other thing to keep going back to is that this is an elite team that won a title last year, and if LeBron stays, the Cavs will have one of just two teams in NBA history to make the playoffs the first two years in a row.
That means the Cavs won’t have a repeat of their last-place finish last season, and it will make for an interesting team to watch this season as the Cavs continue to build their legacy.”
“And the second thing to remember is that James has a history with Cleveland.
The Cavaliers won the NBA championship in 2003.
LeBron James is in his third season in the city.
So when the Cavs are at their best, they’re going to win championships.
The history of that franchise has helped the team get to the next level this year.
So while it’s hard to imagine the Cavs winning a title, there’s no doubt they’re one step closer to that goal this season.”
Schuhn is joined in the studio by ESPN.biz’s Tim MacMahon, who covers the Cleveland Indians.
He is also the Cleveland Browns beat reporter.
His article is based on a segment that aired Sunday on ESPN.
The piece starts with ESPN.tv’s “Inside the Cleveland Ring.”
“When LeBron James left the Cleveland Warriors last year to join the Miami Heat, he left a roster that was almost entirely built around two superstars.
He brought with him a reputation for playing through pain and injuries.
The results weren’t pretty, either.
The Warriors went 8-34 in James’ final season.
And they’re 2-14