LeBron James will stay with the Miami Heat

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LeBron James is the King of Miami right now. And this king won't be leaving his castle any time soon.

LBJ has it so good in South Beach right now that it just straight up doesn't make any sense whatsoever for him to break up the good thing that he has got going for him.

The Heat are comfortably the best team in the Eastern Conference by a country mile. I know the Indiana Pacers take the number one seed into the post-season but the Heat have cruised through the regular season with the playoffs and the chance for a Three-Peat always at the very forefront of James, Pat Riley and Erik Spoelstra's collective minds.

And Miami simply what no other team with that much cap space can offer James at the moment, quality all-star level teammates to get to the finals.

Just think about what is easier for James to win as many NBA titles as he possibly can.

To be in a pretty terrible Eastern Conference in which he has incredibly little opposition on his way to the Finals every year, with teammates like Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh who can supplement his game and attack teams by themselves, putting up 20-30 points when it is needed.

Or would he want to play for a team like the Cleveland Cavaliers who all they have to offer is a point guard in Kyrie Irving that doesn't like to pass the ball, a two guard in Dion Waiters who also doesn't like to pass the ball and also doesn't like Irving, and that missed the playoffs this year.

It all seems to be pretty much a no-brainer in all truthfulness. There is no team in free agency that at the moment can make a realistic offer to James to drag him away from Miami where his family is settled, he's loved by fans, and his game is great.

The only way that i see him not being in a Heat uniform next season is if disaster strikes in the upcoming playoffs. By disaster i mean a first or second round loss where Bosh and Wade contribute absolutely nothing and not even the reigning MVP can drag them through.

Even then it would take a monster trade or offer. It's just that unlikely. 

LeBron James
Miami Heat

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