5 things more likely to happen than LeBron James playing for Cleveland again

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LeBron James and the Miami Heat visited Cleveland the day before Thanksgiving and must have been very thankful for an easy evening meeting and victory over the woeful Cavaliers.

via: InterBasket.net

The most exciting part of the visit was the wave of conversation it started around Ohio about the possibility of LeBron returning to Cleveland next year, when he becomes a free agent.

I won’t say LeBron playing for the Cavs again is impossible, but here are 5 things that are more likely to happen than King James wearing the Wine and Gold.

  1. Mike Brown will be fired as the Cavs head coach. The Brown-LeBron marraige failed once, I doubt Cavs owner Dan Gilbert will want to preside over a second union.
  2. The Cleveland Indians will win a World Series. Sound crazy? I thought so too, until Terry Francona brought the hapless Tribe back to life last season.
  3. My fantasy football team will win another championship. It’s been a few years; I’m due, and I have Jimmy Graham on my side.
  4. Cleveland’s hockey team will win the Stanley Cup. Come on! Does Cleveland even have a hockey team? Okay, technically, I suppose it’s Columbus. Need I go on?
  5. The Cleveland Browns will win a Super Bowl. If you haven’t deduced by now how little confidence I have in LeBron returning to play for Cleveland, this one should clarify the matter. The Cleveland Browns winning a Super Bowl? Is Hell freezing over, too?
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