LeBron made the right decision by leaving the Heat
LeBron won two titles with the Heat, but ticked off Pat Riley when he made the decision to leave for Cleveland after a 2014 Finals loss to the Spurs. Even though Riley was upset when it happened, he says in his new book that James made the right choice to go home.
Colin also thinks LeBron made the right move, especially from a basketball standpoint. Even though the Heat won titles, Dwyane Wade was declining, and four players on the last Finals roster never played another NBA game after losing to the Spurs. They also had a constantly revolving door of below average Mario Chalmers and Norris Cole at point guard. The truth is The Big 3 was carried by LeBron, and, as is the case with with every team he leaves, they immediately collapsed when he left. Leaving to reboot with the younger Cavs core was a huge upgrade.
Don’t bet against McGregor/Mayweather UFC fight
Even though it seemed like a fake news, the buzz surrounding a potential UFC fight about Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor seems to be gaining steam. According to a report, the fight would consist of modified UFC rules, and no takedowns.
Colin thinks the UFC needs to happen because Dana White currently has a shortage of starpower to sell fights and Mayweather trusts Dana White as a businessman after he stuffed his pockets from McGregor/Mayweather boxing match.
For the first time, Colin thinks this fight will happen.
– The Giants will regret passing on Sam Darnold if he’s available
– The case for LeBron over Harden for MVP
Jim Jackson – FS1 NBA is in-studio discussing Ben Simmons all-time potential, and if he could play with LeBron in Philly.
Mark Eaton – NBA all-time shot block leader is in-studio discussing his unique path to the NBA; what Wilt Chamberlain told him that changed his career; and his new motivational book Four Commitments to a Winning Team
Kevin Tole – MMA/Boxing writer for – is in-studio to explain why a Mayweather/Mcgregor UFC fight won’t happen.