LeBron is an ecellent business person.
He will use the next 4 or 5 years working to get a championship in Cleveland.
This puts the pressure on Gilbert and Ferry to supplement his talents with the appropriate players. As they say...we are on the clock.
Will he eventually leave Cleveland?
If he does win a championship here, he will have done what he said he wanted. Time to move to center stage with the big markets.
If he doesn't win here in Cleveland after his next contract, why would he stay? All great players are considered great by the number of rings on their fingers. (stupid criteria if you ask me) But common business scense would dictate the move.