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    Someone's argument to me: LeBron ruining his legacy

    A friend of mine who is a Heat fan told me that LeBron is ruining his legacy. He says that after chasing after and teaming up with at the time 2nd best player in the league in Wade and top 15 player in Bosh, LeBron hurt his legacy. Now he's hurting his legacy even more by teaming up with 3 #1 overall picks in Kyrie, Bennett and Wiggins.

    I don't agree with him, but anyone agree with my buddies' notion?

    Does his argument hold any credence or is he just a prisoner of the moment who is sore that LeBron left his team?


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    Your buddy is a damn fool. Going back to cleveland easily raised his legacy

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    With most people they think it's great and it will improve his legacy. With me I think he knew Wade is washed up and Cleveland is and will get even better than Miami.

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    If he brings a ring to Cleveland, his legacy is fine as far as I'm concerned. Good thing he didn't team up with another all star team though.
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    Him winning a ring in Cleveland would put him in an elite group of players to have won a ring in their prime with a completely new team makeup and cast around them. Like Kobe winning with shaq and co, then years later with gasol and co. Actually I can't think of another player to do that
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    If he brings a title to Cleveland his legacy with skyrocket as the man who ended the drought
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    Quote Originally Posted by jerellh528 View Post
    Him winning a ring in Cleveland would put him in an elite group of players to have won a ring in their prime with a completely new team makeup and cast around them. Like Kobe winning with shaq and co, then years later with gasol and co. Actually I can't think of another player to do that
    Michael (w/ Scottie) and the Horace, Paxson, BJs of the worlds. Then Michael (w/ Scottie) and the Harpers, Rodmans, Kukoc and Longley's of the world.


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    It's kind of weird talking about legacies of someone who has a lot to play left, but it is LeBron, so I'll bite.

    I don't think this will negative effect his legacy. He's going back to his home town and they didn't make the playoffs in the damn East, regardless of how "stacked" people make the team out to be.

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    Quote Originally Posted by goingfor28 View Post
    Your buddy is a damn fool. Going back to cleveland easily raised his legacy
    Unfortunately, yes. Dude just trashed his Bron heat jersey. I told him that it was a dumb thing to do. He's gotta be prisoner of the moment.


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    Quote Originally Posted by jerellh528 View Post
    Him winning a ring in Cleveland would put him in an elite group of players to have won a ring in their prime with a completely new team makeup and cast around them. Like Kobe winning with shaq and co, then years later with gasol and co. Actually I can't think of another player to do that
    Horry

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    Quote Originally Posted by P&GRealist View Post
    Michael (w/ Scottie) and the Horace, Paxson, BJs of the worlds. Then Michael (w/ Scottie) and the Harpers, Rodmans, Kukoc and Longley's of the world.
    True, I guess since he's always had pippen it completely didn't cross my mind.
    This is a cool chart that shows his teammates.

    http://www.michaeljordansworld.com/teammates.htm
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    Quote Originally Posted by jerellh528 View Post
    Him winning a ring in Cleveland would put him in an elite group of players to have won a ring in their prime with a completely new team makeup and cast around them. Like Kobe winning with shaq and co, then years later with gasol and co. Actually I can't think of another player to do that
    Kareem, Duncan, and maybe Wade come to mind

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kaner View Post
    Kareem, Duncan, and maybe Wade come to mind
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    Well he left his beat up super team for what will soon be a super team. We'll see how this team turns out. Lebrons only going to win if he has the best team.
    Quote Originally Posted by bucketss View Post
    jordan is 2nd or 3rd when talking career but both magic and lebron are better all around players.

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    Anyone is only going to win if they have the best team.

    Am I right or am I right?

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