While a reunion between LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers is precisely what the world wanted to see, we can't help but worry about the unsuspecting fans James left behind in Miami. Why leave with the Heat still on top? Weren't they promised more than two rings? More importantly—and you may already know the answer to this—has the Heat dynasty come to an end?
But we say don't sulk, Heat fans, just look at the silver lining. Maybe losing LeBron isn't such a bad thing after all. Just ask CB, Coach Spo, and the many others who may benefit from The King's departure. Read on to see what we mean!
For starters, if Miami makes it to the postseason next year, people are finally going to give Coach Erik Spoelstra the credit he deserves. Nobody was convinced he was calling the shots before, so now is the time for him to get his cojones back.
With LeBron gone, Dwyane Wade isn't going to look as inferior as he did the past two seasons. And since he opted out of a supposed $42 million contract, we're pretty sure the Heat are now trying to sign him for a lot less money. In short, a more productive player at a discounted price!
As difficult as it may seem, we can now take Chris Bosh seriously again. The $118 million contract the Heat gave him indicates that the team is counting on Bosh to be the new face of the franchise. Sure, it's a fugly face, but it's a face nonetheless.
The Heat obviously can't play the role of bad guys anymore because they're the underdogs now. Do you know what this means? No more bashers!