Exiting via the low road

It wasn't a sin that LeBron left Cleveland, but the way he did it earned him much scorn

Updated: July 9, 2010, 2:50 AM ET
By Jon Greenberg | ESPNChicago.com

"It's OK. (Forget) Him. We'll move on as always. Just can't believe he is so cold hearted."

-- Matt G., lifelong Cavs fan, via text message

CHICAGO -- When NBA teams win championships, cars are flipped and fires are started.

It's pretty standard business in cities like Chicago, Los Angeles and Boston.

LeBron James wanted to bring that kind of chaos to Cleveland and Akron, Ohio, the cities he called home his entire life, from cradle ...

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