BASKETBALL — 03 October 2014

With the NBA around the corner, I thought it would be fun to discuss not only the return of Lebron James to his home of Ohio and his hairline that is going with him. The Ohio native from Akron, was drafted by Cleveland with the 1st overall pick of the 2003 NBA draft and played for the team through 2010. James had a successful run in Cleveland despite limited talent around him as he brought the team to its only NBA Finals appearance in 2007, falling short to the San Antonio Spurs. Lebron was the 2008 NBA scoring Champion, a five time NBA all-star and a two time NBA MVP, during his seven seasons with the Cavaliers. The Kings hairline was also in its prime as it was full and luscious, yet the Cavaliers didn’t win a thing. The King than went to Miami, where once again, he fell short in the NBA Finals in 2010. When the Kings hairline began to go in 2011, the Heat and James won their first of back to back NBA Championships. Than as James began to consider hair implants in 2014, the Heat fell short to the San Antonio Spurs.

So what does this mean for Cleveland? Well, it means … DOOM! The progressive decline in the hairline obviously correlates to the progressive talent and success of Lebron James. Its simple mathematics folks, as the slope of James hairline goes up than the slope of his success goes up, yet if the slope of his hairline goes back down than so will his success. It all makes sense, why do you think the Cavaliers brought in Kevin Love? Its clear, that Lebron needs all the help he can get as his super powers have been in decline. So what can the Cleveland hopefuls do? Pray that modern medicine fails James and mother nature has her way with the Kings hairline once again. Or if your a Lebron hater, come watch him and Love get beat up by the Toronto Raptors not only when the Cavaliers come to town but also when Elite Sports Tours goes to Cleveland for the We The North Road Trip Nov 22, 2014.

If you aren’t one of the lucky few to get your hands on a bus ticket with us to Cleveland than be sure to follow me on Instagram @schram34 and Twitter @D_ScHramER34 as I will definitely be posting some amazing photos or watch for us on TV as we will have a GIANT group of fellow, die hard Canadians cheering their Toronto Raptors!!!

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Hey I'm Don, a HUGE Detroit sports fan living in Toronto. I work for the Toronto Blue Jays, MLSE and Elite Sports Tours! Follow me on Twitter @D_ScHramER34

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