Thursday, July 8, 2010

Lebron james heat jersey

Last night on ESPN, LeBron James announced his decision as to which team he has chosen to play with and hopes to win a championship. He announced "I'm going to take my talents to South Beach and I'm going to the Miami Heat. I feel like this is going to be the best opportunity to win and not just this season but in multiple years."

Pat Riley, President of the Miami Heat, convinced Dwayne Wade to stay with the Heat and added Chris Bosh and LeBron James to the roster. So the only question left is, Heat jersey anyone? Can we expect the current coach Erik Spoelstra, to do the same? Let’s hope so, for according to LeBron, it is not about the money, “All three of us are going to take less money, because we wanted to play alongside each other . . It's not about getting the max deal. If it was I would have stayed in Cleveland."

The new Miami triple threat have already felt victory with the gold medal USA basketball team in the 2008 Olympics in Beijing for which LeBron said was a big factor in the decision. So while the fans in Miami and South Florida in general, are dancing in the streets and asking for LeBron James Heat jerseys, some more than disappointed ex-fans in Cleveland are burning theirs. LeBron at the age of 18, was the No. 1 pick in the 2003 NBA draft and was chosen by the Cavaliers after they won the draft lottery.

Die-hard fans have been cheering him on in Cleveland for the past seven years yet there are some who really do not care where he chooses to play and couldn't care less about the demand for LeBron James Heat jerseys. LeBron has used his decision to make the announcement on ESPN to support the operation of Boys and Girls Clubs by sending them all the profits from advertising during the show. Bet the Miami Heat in 2011 NBA Championship odds at Bodog sportsbook with a 10% bonus and 110% poker bonus