LeBron keeps His Promise

June 19, 2016; Oakland, CA, USA; Cleveland Cavaliers forward LeBron James (23) speaks to media with his children Lebron James Jr. and Zhuri James present following the 93-89 victory against the Golden State Warriors in game seven of the NBA Finals at Oracle Arena. Mandatory Credit: Kelley L Cox-USA TODAY Sports TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY

LeBron James is a NBA basketball player born in Akron Ohio near the Cleveland area. LeBron was lucky enough to be drafted to Cleveland Cavilers out of high school. This is Every Kids dream to be drafted as the number one pick to their home town team.  LeBron not only lived up to hype, LeBron surpassed it. Within LeBron’s first four seasons straight out of high school took the Cleveland Cavaliers to the NBA finals. That trip to the NBA finals was the first for Cavaliers Franchise. Disappoint the Cavilers lost to the San Antonio Spurs. Although losing the trip to the finals was heroic for LeBron James because the Cavaliers roster lacked any superstar talent. After spending the first seven years of his career in Cleveland LeBron James decided to leave the Cavaliers Franchise to Join the Miami Heat after the free agency period in 2013. LeBron fan reputation was damaged severely because he left his home town team. Now looked as a NBA villain or bad guy, LeBron went on to win two championships in four years. After the fourth year LeBron decided that his destiny was to go back to his home town of Cleveland, and win a championship. LeBron stated in a sports illustrated interview promising a championship, and returning to Cleveland “In Northeast Ohio, nothing is given. Everything is earned. You work for what you have. I’m ready to accept the challenge. I’m coming home.” July 19th Father’s day was the NBA Finals; LeBron James has again reached the NBA Finals for the seventh time in 13 years. LeBron’s finals record headed into the season was 2-4, not satisfactory to critics like Skip Bayless of Fox Sports. The hype surrounding James since becoming a professional basketball player has led to comparison’s to players like Michael Jordan arguably the greatest player ever. Jordan finished his career with a finals Record of 6-0, Making LeBron record look less than stellar. With so much pressure on LeBron James to win a championship for the State of Ohio he never gave up. Ohio hasn’t won a championship in 65 years, when the Cleveland Browns won The National Football Championship.  Carrying the pressure of the State of Ohio, and the pressure of living up to his own expectations, LeBron entered the NBA finals against the Golden State Warriors. The Warriors finished the 2016 season at 73-9. This record went down as the best record in NBA history. Star player for the Warriors Steph Curry won unanimous MVP this season. The great season from the Warriors made them Clear favorites over LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers. The warriors went on to win three out of the four  games of the series giving them a record of 3-1 only needing to win one game to win the NBA Finals. Once again it looked like LeBron James would lose other Finals something his legacy may not be able to withstand. LeBron responded with Back to Back forty point’s games to lead the team to a game seven elimination game. In the amazing finals game on father’s Day LeBron led the Cleveland Cavaliers once again with a triple double (double digits in three categories). After the Cavaliers won the game LeBron said “”Cleveland, this one’s for you!” he screamed into the microphone.

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