LeBron James to announce decision

by Dirty on July 7, 2010

King James Betting

The current NBA Free Agency period is the biggest in sports history and the status of LeBron James has fans captivated across the globe. Now comes the breaking news that James will announce his decision Thursday night on ESPN.

Here’s the latest from BroburySports.com.

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The James saga is building at a fever pitch. Chicago, New York, New Jersey and Cleveland all pinned their offseason hopes on him signing. Miami is in the mix as he could possibly team up with Dwyane Wade. The Los Angeles Clippers are also mentioned as a long shot.

The latest information has Cleveland in the lead as he played there the last seven years and is from nearby Akron. However, that information could change at any moment.

The James saga coincides nicely with a prop that Brobury is running. It asks which of the Cleveland teams will be the next to win a championship? The wager is valid until 2016. No Cleveland team has won a title since 1964.

Cleveland Cavaliers – NBA (1/4)

Cleveland Browns – NFL (9/2)

Cleveland Indians – MLB (9/2)

There are similar championship ‘drought’ odds for the cities of Houston, Minnesota, Oakland, Washington and Atlanta. For Washington, the NHL Capitals are the heavy favorite to first win a title, and it’s the NFL Vikings for Minnesota.

These odds suggest James will be back with Cleveland. It also shows how woeful the Browns and Indians are.

In the case of the Cavs, the resigning of James doesn’t guarantee a title. They couldn’t get by an aging Celtics team in the playoffs last year. James is trying to lure a big man to Cleveland like Chris Bosh, but he’s hesitant to play there even if he can get the most money via a sign-and-trade with Toronto.

With the announcement tomorrow, James will become the ultimate hometown guy or an Ohio villain that will live in infamy. If he does come back, other Cavs’ moves need to follow up quick.

Otherwise, the Cleveland championship drought may continue well past 2016.

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