The season is over, the abrupt end to Miami's run to a championship is behind us, and now begins the long off-season of rebuilding; both of rosters and emotions.
Many believe that LeBron's incredible balling skills dropped in the Finals because of his inability to handle the role when it counted, but there are just as many who think he immaturely turned sour after he just couldn't rack up his usual point totals.
Whatever the reason for LeBron not being the superstar he is during the Finals this past year, he has some serious cleaning up to do of his image. Sure he helped take the Heat to within two wins of an NBA championship, but the path he took to that point left many angry fans in its wake.
Saying that Cavs' fans are angry might be an understatement, and there are plenty of other NBA enthusiasts who pretty much hate him. However, LeBron has the Heat fans to deal with as well. He was supposed to be their savior and help D-Wade earn another ring, but instead he didn't step up when he was needed the most.
LeBron can restore his image if he manages to make the right moves in the coming months. Here are five things that he can do to win over some fans he lost over the last year.