No, you're trolling because of the way you're going about disagreeing. I honestly don't know how you can't see it. Just step back for a minute and read this thread. This isn't a discussion, there's 2-3 of us talking at you and you brick walling solid arguments with "who cares". That's not what this site should be about. People disagree with me all the time. @abeer3 , @Barnstable , @TIME occasionally, @ZenMaster basically nonstop, but if they provide solid reasoning for their argument, there's no reason to not have a civil discussion. Sometimes people just disagree. What you're doing is the opposite of that. It's us giving up thoughtful responses and you putting your fingers in your ears and saying "no". In your opinion, that's fine and I think during that Finals it became clear that LeBron can't do it alone at the same level he used to be able to. I also think it was a stepping up point for Durant who hadn't had the opportunity to capitalize on that stage in years; in fact the last time he had that shot LeBron walked through him. But to watch that series and pretend like LeBron didn't carry that team there and that the Warriors didn't form a superteam to beat him is ignoring LeBron for the sake of it. Flippantly dismissing how well he played (honestly this is where he finally earned my respect as a competitor) in that series is foolish. And you thinking LeBron will regress rapidly is just your opinion. There's little evidence to support that claim from LeBron himself although of course we all know Father Time is undefeated. Besides, those of us advocating for LeBron are all in agreement that he'll likely suffer a drop in production towards the end of the deal, but we're okay with that given that a drop in production is a drop from one to somewhere respectable and in that time frame, we'll be competing for titles. I'd rather compete for titles now than wait when we don't have to. Everyone who hates LeBron can feel free to do so, but if we're hoisting the Larry O'Brien trophy hopefully all of can enjoy that time together. Oh I'm free to disagree for sure. I've been the devil's advocate in this thread for months now. I'm just letting you know that you can argue better than you've doing this morning. Shrugging off his accomplishments isn't a good argument when the best argument really is "do we want to pay 38 year old LeBron 40 million"? See? Much better than "who cares about averaging a triple double in the Finals, it's inflated. Durant beat him so easily!"