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July 18: LeBron Has The Whole World In His Hands

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He has the whole world in his hands. "He" being LeBron James. Mike "the Buzz-saw" Asti and George "the Howitzer" Gerbo discuss how LeBron James trolled us all. 

The Buzz-saw was wrong! Soak up this moment, haters. We may never see it again. LeBron James has taken his talents back to Cleveland. Returning home after the biggest heel turn in sports history didn't seem possible. But it is reality. 

With the weight of Northeast Ohio and the Cleveland curse now once again on his shoulders, will LBJ eventually regret his decision? Is it actually possible the Miami Heat post LeBron could make another NBA Finals trip before the new look Cavaliers?! Will we have to go through this asinine circus again in two years? What is the NBA landscape, most notably, the Eastern Conference, with the Heat diminsihed and the Cavs owning the best in the world? Has pressure actually shifted focus to the perennially runner-up Indiana Pacers? Did Carmelo Anthony seal his fate to never appear in an NBA Finals by staying in New York? 

Mike loves him some LeBron, but will be rooting for 1964 to stay in tact. What if his dreams come true? How will LeBron's Northeast Ohio people view him, if a championship is not delivered, especially having first left to win a couple elsewhere? 

Major League Baseball had an All-Star Game and a Home Run Derby, as it does every year. Why did this years suck so much? What brought on the "ehhhh factor" Mike so eloquently labeled the events? 

Tiger Tiger Woods, y'all! Tiger is on the British Open stage. What does this mean for golf, and what are his chances at finally winning his 15th major championship? If not TW, who? 

Home or away, all the Howitzer and Buzz-saw does is win, by conquering sports radio, one day, at a time....