LeBron shares championship goal with Cavs, fans at charity event

Nikko Villanueva – 4E Sports Contributor

Akron, OH, United States (4E Sports) – In his annual charity event, LeBron James said he wants to win a championship with the Cleveland Cavaliers and has no plans of leaving again.

“My No. 1 goal is to win a championship here; it’d be the greatest achievement in my life.”

The four-time MVP added, “I don’t plan on going nowhere. I don’t have the energy to do it again.”

LeBron shared his goal in front of 25,000 people inside the University of Akron football stadium, who attended a welcome home run rally which is part of the event.

The two-time champion signed a $42 million, two-year deal that is believed to increase in 2016.

According to ESPN, the salary cap and max-contract level may take a huge leap once the NBA sign new television deals.

“At the end of the day, I’m a businessman as well. I know what is going on in the league,” LeBron said.

After LeBron’s decision to come back home, the Cavs have been improving their roster in the off-season.

They already acquired former Miami Heat shooters, Mike Miller and James Jones.

Kevin Love will also be joining the team’s championship bid next season after a trade deal was reached between the Cavaliers and the Minnesota Timberwolves.

LeBron is also contributing to efforts to sign veteran gunner Ray Allen and the versatile Shawn Marion.

These new acquisitions will join Cavs mainstays Kyrie Irving, Anderson Varejao, and Dion Waiters.

LeBron understands they need ample time to play like a championship caliber team, however.

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