It's time to forgive LeBron James for "The Decision."
With James, there is no middle ground. He is a polarizing figure. You either marvel at his talent, or you hate him for "The Decision."
James has the size and strength of Karl Malone, the explosive athletic ability of a David Thompson, and the court vision of Magic Johnson. He is a scoring machine, a selfless passer, a terrific rebounder, and an elite defender.
With all of his gifts, James is known for the one thing he doesn't have - a ring.
James is chasing a ghost, because one championship isn't going to cut it. James wants to be on "The List." He wants to be mentioned alongside Bird and Magic, beside Kobe and MJ. Let's keep it real here. LeBron, like every other great player that comes into the NBA now, is chasing MJ and the dynasty that the Bulls had in the 1990's.
Today, I'm taking a look at the decisions that were made after a superstar is drafted. Keep reading along. I hope you enjoy it.