“What’s the point of playing if you’re not going to contend for a championship? Why does LeBron James want to go to Cleveland, play as hard as he does, make the playoffs, and know that you have no chance of winning a championship?”
With the Warriors freight train barreling at historic speeds towards anything in its path, Clay Travis thinks it might be time for LeBron James to get the hell out of the way.
As his stay in Cleveland has already been cemented as one of the most legendary in sports history, bringing the franchise their first ever championship in 2016 after trailing 3-1 in the series, Travis thinks LeBron needs to jump ship on a suddenly sinking roster that is evidently nowhere near equipped to withstand the power of Golden State.
Travis believes LeBron, who is simply chasing history at this point, can’t afford to stay with a franchise who has teetered off with a handcuffed payroll and needs to run to a better situation with a roster that can realistically rival Golden State’s for years to come.