It's been nearly two years since LeBron James carried out his plan to guarantee himself his first championship—actually, not one, not two... but I digress. Armed with the greatest athletic gifts ever seen, and the most star-laden roster ever rigged, it's not even a question any more whether LeBron has the qualities of a champion; it's just a question of how soon.
Many say "soon" is 2012... but what if it isn't?
This team was rightfully considered too talented—superficial flaws notwithstanding—not to win rings immediately, and it took a convergence of freak occurrences to keep them from doing just that in 2011. Considering the unlikelihood of such a rare set of circumstances arising yet again on cue, there is no good reason why Miami—LeBron especially—shouldn't be hoisting the Larry this June.
And so, with a championship all but expected, the question asked here is: What happens if LeBron once again finds a way not to finish the job? The consequences would be many...