It all makes sense as to why LeBron wants to "run home". His Cavs may very well be in the process of building a potential dynasty.
With the speculated trade of Wiggins/Bennett and 1st for Love, the Cavaliers still have the non-guaranteed contracts they traded for with Utah to use as potential assets, and two 1sts in next years draft. I can easily see them trading those non-guaranteed contracts capable center this year.
In 2015, Brendan Haywood I believe has his contract jump from 2 million this season a 10.5 million non-guaranteed contract next season which would allow the Cavaliers to bring back a player with a 12 million+ salary for 2015 which could be the potential addition of another all-star type player and give them a legit Big 4, and if Waitors develops a Big 5 lol.
With multiple first rounders next season (if the Cavs keep them), if the Cavs draft properly, they will also be able to keep a steady stable of youth on the team as well, and their core Big 3 of Love (25), Irving (22), and LeBron (29) are currently all under 30. Waitors the 4th best player on the team is 22 and going to be a RFA allowing the Cavs to match any offer that comes his way keeping him locked up long-term as well.
Of course the Cavs are going to get every old FA (Mike Miller, Marion, Ray Allen) type players at vet min-deals as well.
Cavs have all the pieces to keep a winning team for many years to come which may be the mistake the HEAT made in trading away all our picks and assets and thus aging very quickly and not having any youth on the team.