King: Do you lean at all toward the place you know the best? I mean
do they have an edge going in...
JAMES: Oh, absolutely.
KING: ...your home team?
JAMES: Absolutely. Because, you know, this city, these fans, I mean,
have given me a lot in these seven years. And, you know, for me, it's
comfortable. So I've got a lot of memories here. And - and so it does
have an edge.
Could LeBron actually stay in Cleveland? I suppose anything is possible, but I find it extremely unlikely.
Either one of two things is going on:
1: LeBron has decided to stay in Cleveland and just wants the attention for awhile.
2: He's leaving.
I mean if it was really a choice, but Cleveland had the edge, then he'd be a lot more definitive than this, because he already knows everything there is to know about Cleveland. You either like them or you don't.
You know the players, you know officials, you know the city. You either are in or out at this point. It's not like Cleveland has anything else to add in free agency to entice you.
Still, if the man says Cleveland has the edge, then I guess you can take it at face value.