The LeBron James going back to Cleveland rumors have been in full throttle ever since free agency began. Although bringing back the King would be a perfect situation for the team, the Cavaliers will be fine with or without him.
In a perfect world, James would return home and would win a couple of championships with the Cavs. That perfect world may actually be a reality now.
Still, Cleveland is coming off of a season where it finished with a record of 33-49, and showed signs of improvement in the process. Not to mention, the team has Kyrie Irving, who is on the verge of becoming an elite point guard. Some fans would and could argue that he already is.
Oh yeah, the Cavs also lucked into the No. 1 pick in the 2014 NBA Draft. As a result, they drafted Andrew Wiggins. Wiggins was being compared to LeBron before he started playing at Kansas. Basically, people were saying Wiggins was the best prospect since James. That is because he is a complete player, very athletic, stands at 6-foot-8, has an endless amount of potential and we could go on and on about him.
Needless to say, Wiggins could bring Cleveland back to the promise land on his own. Well, if he meets expectations. And if he meets expectations, the Cavaliers could have an MVP candidate on their team for years to come.
Of course, bringing back King James would make Cleveland an instant title contender and probably the favorite to win the title in the 2014-15 season. The best player in the world tends to have that effect.