What's Lincoln Thinkin' - the uniting of the Brotherhood


LeBron James went back to Northeast Ohio because, he said, more than anything, he wanted to bring a championship to his home town.

But it doesn't seem LeBron really thought it through - about what it would feel like to return to his home town and not be able to win there.

LeBron James and the Cavaliers are in first place in the East.

But still James is sending out signals that all is not well in "The Cleve".

Earlier this month he went out of his way to travel down to Miami, to work out with Dwyane Wade.

Earlier this week, LeBron unliked the Cavaliers on Twitter.

And then Wednesday, Bleacher Report issued a long form piece on "The Brotherhood" - LeBron, Dwyane Wade, Chris Paul and Carmelo Anthony. The quartet spend a lot of time off the court together and LeBron says he's open to seeing them together on the court.

"I really hope that, before our career is over, we can all play together," James told Bleacher Report. "At least one, maybe one or two seasons - me, Melo, D-Wade, CP - we can get a year in. I would actually take a pay cut to do that."

So it might not be LeBron's unhappy in Cleveland, just that he's not happy with his teammates in Cleveland.

The Cavs have the pieces to make trades for Anthony and Paul, and while Wade loves Miami, his contract ends this year.

Lebron's bromance with Wade, might just backfire on the Heat.

Because D-Wade has a decision of his own to make this summer. And he might have a chance to play for the next Big 4 in Cleveland.

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