The Plain Dealer: LeBron James Front Page Photo 'Gone' (Photo)
The Cleveland Plain Dealer's Front Page Takes One Last Look at LeBron James, But Some are Calling it a Low Blow
The LeBron James cover of The Plain Dealer with the simple word 'Gone', shows 'King James' walking away with his hand trailing behind him and an arrow is pointing to that hand with the words '7 years in Cleveland, no rings'.
It is true that during his time with the Cavaliers LeBron did not win any championships, but for some this is a low blow from the newspaper that has spent so much time and space covering this basketball player. After all, he's not the only one on the team and if he did have any rings on his finger chances are he wouldn't be leaving anyway.
Others just wonder why the paper would devote their entire front page to a basketball player who is just switching teams, but it is LeBron James and he has given a lot to Cleveland over the years so they had to do something.
Dan Gilbert did not hold back though - he wrote a letter in The Plain Dealer expressing his disgust at James and promised that the Cleveland Cavaliers would win a championship before the 'former king wins one'.
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