July 10: LeBron's Babyface Turn

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Unbelievable. The prodigal son returns home. LeBron James is taking his talents back to Cleveland. Mike "the Buzz-saw" Asti and George "the Howitzer" Gerbo appreciates all that's asinine more than anybody. Another offseason of waiting and watching what LeBron will do was nothing shy of asinine, maybe even more now than in 2010. The question becomes, has LeBron James turned babyface again? Is heel LeBron dead forever? 

While this podcast was recorded priot to LBJ's decision, your favorite sports genius' paint the picture of what LeBron may have had going through his head, a Miami Heat future post mini-dynasty, and the immense pressure that will be on LeBron on his second stint with the Cavs. If LeBron fails to break the curse and win a championship in Cleveland, will his return be for nothing? Will he truly remain beloved by Clevelanders without winning them a title? How does leaving Miami impact the rest of the free agent pool, namely Chris Bosh? 

LeBron James isn't the only super-star who had a big decision to make this offseason. Carmelo Anthony is still leaving the Knicks in limbo. What will Carmelo do? What should Carmelo do? What are the factors to Carmelo's destination? 

Without question the NBA wins the honors for continued most asinine and crazy offseasons. But the NHL isn't going away without a fight. Jarome Iginla is chasing that elusive Stanley Cup on his third team in as many years. James Neal's act finally ran its course in Pittsburgh. And maybe, most importantly, some incumbent powerhouses are locking up their own. Has the NHL landscape changed?

Now at the All-Star Game, which teams have surprised and disappointed this MLB season? Should we expect any "splash" type trades? 

No decision needed. They're champions wherever they go. The Howitzer and Buzz-saw keep on conquering sports radio, one day, at a time.... 

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