Finally LeBron chooses... and goes to Cleveland. He says in his letter that "It's not about the roster", which is bogus. If Cleveland was that dumpster fire like it was when he left, he wouldn't be going back. If he would have gone back to Miami they would have been worse than last season, and they'd have to some how figure out between Bosh and Wade who's going to take the paycut. Their big signing was Josh McRoberts, for crissakes.
So LeBron goes to Cleveland to be hero... and he goes to the best option available, especially if they can throw whatever at Minnesota for Kevin Love. They may get whatever LeBron clingers out there, Ray Allen, Chris Andersen, Mike Miller, etc.
This starts the dominoes. Bosh will likely go to Houston, which has to gut every role player on the roster to pay him. Carmelo gets his choice of Knicks or Bulls still. Kevin Love rumors heat up, I think the Cavs make it work, and I laugh at the GSW for not including Klay Thompson in a deal for him.
Miami becomes a team that fits in with the rest of filth in the East. It's old Wade (who'll get max money now), Haslem, Norris Cole, McRoberts. They have plenty of cash, but if they spend the money this year it'll be an overpay for mid level guys. I laugh at them going through hoops to get Shabazz Napier because LeBron said he liked him on twitter.
I'm just glad the wheels are turning now.