As we all know, the goal of everyone in the NBA is the highest honor-the championship ring, and they will put in their best efforts for this goal.
However, basketball is a team sport, and it is difficult to achieve ideal results with the efforts of one person, especially in today’s league, where single-core lineups are becoming more and more difficult to play.
When James was in the Cavaliers, he led the team to the first place in the regular season many times, and made it to the finals many times in the playoffs, but when the Cavaliers faced the Western Conference teams, it was always difficult.
Until 2010, James left for Miami and chose to team up with his good brothers Wade and Bosh to fight for the championship together.
This lineup was also the most luxurious lineup at the time, which was difficult for the Cavaliers fans at the time to accept, and even made unwise moves such as burning jerseys.
In the Heat, James and his two brothers won two championships. Then in 2014, James chose to return to the Cavaliers. After that, he led his teammates in the Cavaliers to attack the championship many times and helped the team win the first championship in history.
After that, with the blessings of Cleveland fans, he chose to join the Lakers on July 2, 2018.
On the other hand, another star with a similar experience-Durant, Durant first entered the league with the Thunder. Like Cleveland, Oklahoma is also a small ball market, but in this small ball market, there is Durant.
Three talented players such as Tete, Westbrook, and Harden.
But like the Cavaliers with James, a strong lineup often pays its full tuition on the road to the championship.
In the days of the Thunder, Durant led the team to achieve good results in the regular season many times. It is not difficult to enter the playoffs, but in the playoffs, the young Thunder often cannot go far. Until the 2015-2016 season, the Thunder
Lost to the Warriors 3-4 in the Western Conference Finals, you must know that the Thunder once led 3-1 before.
Durant, who lost the finals, was unwilling and announced that he would join the Warriors during the transaction. This transaction caused an uproar.
Oklahoma fans also burst into great emotion.
Durant became the biggest traitor for a while in the eyes of Thunder fans, and every encounter between the Thunder and the Warriors since then was full of gunpowder.
Throughout the transfer of James and Durant, the two have many similarities, but there are also many differences.
First of all, when Durant joined the Warriors, the Warriors were already strong, and the Thunder also had a strong ability to win the championship, and the fans also had certain hopes.
Anyway, after James left the Cavaliers, the Cavaliers entered a bad season and rebuilt the team.
But the Thunder can’t do it, Westbrook is still in his prime, and the Thunder who lost Durant must find enough helpers for Westbrook.
After James returned to Cleveland, he helped the team win their first championship.
And if Durant chooses to return to the Thunder, the Thunder with Westbrook and Pickle also have the strength to compete for the championship.
At that time, will Thunder fans forgive Adu for his previous choice?