Golden State Warriors Champs: The Morning After, So Where is LeBron Going?
Klay Thompson celebrated winning a championship by googling himself. “Swaggy P” became a national treasure. Kevin Durant won finals MVP, Steph Curry won his 3rd NBA Championship. Is a great day to be a Warriors fans. So much champagne in Cleveland. The brooms came out, everybody took pictures, everybody laughed, there was rejoice and is over. Where is LeBron going?
I couldn’t have been the only person to receive more alerts/notifications regarding LeBron James and the Cleveland situation than the Warriors celebration. The Warriors won the championship followed by LeBron James played with a broken hand after pushing (not JR nor Hill) a blackboard after game 1. KD wins 2nd straight finals MVP – Tyron Lue intends to play for the Cavaliers next year (because honestly he didn’t do very much coaching).
It was a f*cking sweep, it was sloppy and dirty but still a sweep. It had nothing to do with super teams it was just sloppy basketball, at least for the first 3 games. I was one of many who did not watch game 4 and I don’t regret it (I binge watched “The Flash” #SorryNotSorry). The (rigged) NBA did so much to build story lines that the big finale of the “Warriors Sweeping Away the Championship” just kind of fell short. Blame it on all who had a descent amount of basketball knowledge and common sense to see that the Warriors were the clear champs. Really, throughout the season, we just all hoped to see something different.
Warriors win championship gets crickets and maybe a high five. So now let’s look at the odds of winning it next year Houston at number 2, to me, probably because they also factor in as the favorite for LeBron’s summer destination. Boston at the four is the best line, which will hopefully no disappoint, of all them. And for Atlanta Hawks fans you still got a chance, but the tanking role is more likely.
So where is LeBron going, after his broken hands heals? Because it seems like unless we are residents of the Bay Area and are attending the parade, that question is our number 1 concern. Personally, I like New York, San Antonio and the Cleveland. I don’t think that when it comes to LeBron “cap space” or money is a factor for a team, because most teams are willing to get rid of their kitchen sinks for him.
Note: I don’t think anybody would have blamed LeBron if he punched JR. Could even go down as self-defense. He was defending his title chances as JR was trying to steal it from him. Also, NBA 2K learned from their last years mistake and only put LeBron’ face on the cover, super smooth.
Lastly, is it weird thinking of Swaggy P as NBA championship and realized that Chris Paul may never get one?? Nonsense Right??