Well you just don't see Kobe, Jordan, or Magic jumping team to team like Lebron to join another champion like Wade is all I was saying.
It is cute...since Lebron and Wade are bests of buddies...but aside from the cuteness and from a competitive standpoint...it's something that the all time greats like Kobe, Jordan, Magic, or Bird didn't have to do. Staying with one team, and winning with that team even if you don't win right away makes it special.
Ok, I've responded to several of your posts already and I've given good arguments to shut down yours, but you don't seem to understand. It appears you don't want to, or maybe, and I certainly hope not, you can't, because your genes don't allow you to.
So I will give you another argument, and make it as simple and short as I can, so that maybe you are able to digest it.
Michael Jordan, Kobe Bryant, Magic Johnson, Larry Bird, and many other greats that in your poor mind are separated eternally from LeBron James because of this "staying on one team without joining other superstars" cause, ALL EVENTUALLY JOINED SUPERSTARS, IF NOT FROM THE VERY BEGINNING. The difference is, their organizations made it easier for them, in the sense that they didn't f*** everything up so bad so that their superstars began to feel the urge to leave, and BROUGHT THEM OTHER SUPERSTARS FROM OTHER TEAMS TO JOIN THEIR OWN. That is the main difference, the compromise and intelligence of the organization. None of those players' teams was as bad as the one LeBron landed on (not to mention it's disgusting history in sports). As a matter of fact, 3 of those 4 players I named practically landed on sports mecas, full of history of winning. And to add weight to that, when they sensed the need for it, or even before they even got to that point, they made good decisions and got huge pieces to add to their own superstars. Let's see. Michael: Scottie (superstar), Rodman (champion). Kobe: Shaq (superstar), Horry (champion). Magic: Kareem (champion), Worthy (superstar). Larry: McHale (superstar), Parish (star), Ainge (star).
So basically, every one of those players ended up having an incredible, championship caliber team, that eventually brought them their due chapionships. F***, the one who longest had to wait for that team to assemble was MJ himself, and he DIDN'T HAVE TO WAIT AS LONG AS LEBRON. Oh, and you know who had to wait the shortest? That's right, your boy Kobe. Another interesting fact, out of all these players, he was the only one who was the Robin on his team.
So, LeBron waited forever for Cleveland to do something to help him win a championship, and nothing came. The best player on his team apart from him was Varejao. VAREJAO
. MJ waited long also, but the Bulls organization got him the pieces he needed.
The question isn't why LeBron left his "hometown" to join another superstar, the question is: why the f*** on earth wouldn't he???
Laker fans forget Kobe demanded to be traded on two seperate occasions lol that's worse than signing elsewhere as a free agent.
Also true, and I said this on an earlier post of mine on this thread. So much for your "loyal" Kobe huh?