LeBron James Isn't Going Anywhere

Reid DavenportCorrespondent IJune 20, 2010

BOSTON - MAY 13:  LeBron James #23 of the Cleveland Cavaliers stands by in the fourth quarter against the Boston Celtics during Game Six of the Eastern Conference Semifinals of the 2010 NBA playoffs at TD Garden on May 13, 2010 in Boston, Massachusetts. The Celtics defeated the Cavaliers 94-85.  NOTE TO USER: User Expressly Acknowledges and agrees that, by downloading and or using this photograph, User is consenting to the terms and conditions of the Getty Images License Agreement.  (Photo by Elsa/Getty Images)
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No need to photoshop LeBron in a different jersey.

Chi-Town, the Big Apple and South Beach will have their hearts on the floor when the King decides that he will not reign anywhere else.

There is not an overwhelming reason why LeBron will leave his home.

The main argument of course is that he needs a ring to be mentioned even in the same sentence as Michael Jordan, who had a couple by Lebron's current NBA tenure.

But, New York and Chicago haven't been exactly gunning for a championship the last few years.

As for Miami, the real pull there is Dwayne Wade, who might not even be back in a Heat uniform.

The bottom line is this; these teams do not give James a significant higher chance to win the ship.

May I remind you that all three leading teams to pull LeBron from Cleveland didn't make the second round of the playoffs, the Knicks not even making it?

The Cavs have made it clear that LeBron has been the face of their franchise since he was a rookie.

James is not going to find more loyal fans than the ones in Cleveland, since he's from there.

Hell, if he goes anywhere else, I don't think he'll be able to cross Ohio state lines without a full on motorcade.

And LeBron knows that.