LeBron James' decision this past July to leave the Cleveland Cavaliers and take his talents to South Beach was arguably the biggest sports story of 2010. The decision single-handedly screwed over the Cavaliers franchise and rejuvenated the Miami Heat.
Prior to the decision, James was not only beloved by fans of the Cavaliers, but by the entire state of Ohio. James grew up in Akron, Ohio, and in addition to playing basketball for St. Vincent-St. Mary High School, he was named All-Ohio as a wide receiver for their football team.
While James' reputation has switched from lovable to villain by many fans around the league, he is still probably the best player in the NBA and is likely more well-known than ever before.
Here are 20 reasons that LeBron made the right decision to leave Cleveland and play for the Miami Heat.