LeBron James Says He's Not Going Anywhere
(AKRON, Ohio) -- It was a big party for LeBron James on Friday in his hometown of Akron.
James spoke before his annual charity event here for schoolchildren about returning to Cleveland and said even though he's signed for two-years with an option to opt out after next season, he plans on staying.
"My No. 1 goal is to win a championship here; it'd be the greatest achievement in my life," James said. "I don't plan on going nowhere. I don't have the energy to do it again."
James said even with the addition of Kevin Love in two weeks to go along with All-Star guard Kyrie Irving and former Heat teammates Mike Miller and James Jones that nothing will come easy.
"Even with the veterans we've brought in, even if we're able to acquire Kevin Love two weeks from now, it's still going to be a process," James said. "I know that firsthand. It was a process when I was in Cleveland. It was a process in Miami. It's going to be a challenge."
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