LeBron James leaving Cavaliers for Lakers or Clippers?

LeBron James leaving Cavaliers for Lakers or Clippers?

LeBron James leaving Cavaliers for Lakers or Clippers?

As LeBron James of the Cleveland Cavaliers and Draymond Green of the Golden State Warriors gear up for game 5 in Oakland on Monday night, National Basketball Association fans were treated to a 30-minute barbershop conversation that showed a different side to the uber competitive set.

In Friday's episode of "Uninterrupted", James revealed that he was so disrespected by the letter that it almost prevented him from donning a Cavs jersey again. In the almost 30 minute chat, James, Green, 2 Chainz, and others debate music, culture, and sports.

James talked about just how much the letter "disrespected [his] name". "It's my wife, my kids, my grandfather, my mother, so many more people".

Sounds farfetched? Of course it does, but so did James going back home to Cleveland after four straight Finals trips and two championships, with the Heat to rejoin the Cavs after owner Dan Gilbert's scathing open letter following his departure in 2010.

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Apparently not everyone was "All In" on the decision by LeBron to return to Northeast Ohio.

"I know you guys don't wanna hear it, but we're at the start of the Kevin Durant era and the end of the LeBron era", Pierce said. "We ain't going back'". All these kids and all these people that need inspiration and need a way to get out. And I believe I'm that way out.

James accomplished that by leading the Cavaliers to a come-from-behind NBA Finals triumph over the Warriors past year, but a repeat is looking increasingly unlikely.

Meanwhile, others were more concerned with a certain unnatural action by LeBron James on Andre Iguodala, one that Draymond Green has always been hectored for.

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