It's been over three years since LeBron James made the most high-profile free agency signing in sports history. In front of millions James told us that he'd be "taking his talents to South Beach." Since then, the King James era has been in full effect. Two NBA titles, two Finals MVPs, and two regular season MVPs are just a few of the accolades James has racked up in his short time in Miami. His stats: 26.8 PPG, 7.7 RPG, and 6.8 APG over the last three seasons define one of the most dominant runs in NBA history. Despite going about it in the worst way possible, it's safe to say Bron made the right decision.

But what if LeBron had gone to one of the other teams that courted him in the 2010 offseason? Would he be a champion? Would he have endured as much hate as he did? Could you picture LeBron and Donald Sterling forming the NBA's Evil Empire or The King trying to fill His Airness' shoes in Chicago? We break down "what could've been" in Rewriting LeBron's 2010 Free Agency.

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