When Lebron James was drafted by the Cleveland Cavaliers, he vowed to bring a title to the city. He couldn’t do it in his first stint with the Cavaliers, and left the team to win a championship for himself in Miami.
When the star player returned in 2014 as an accomplished star, he renewed his promise. And in 2016, he managed to win a title for the City of Cleveland. The city hasn’t celebrated a championship title in any major sport for 52 years prior to that title.
And Lebron James made it all happen, as his Cavaliers climbed back from a 3-1 hole in the Finals to beat the greatest team at the time, the Golden State Warriors. Their opponent won 73 games in the regular season, an NBA record, but James and company prevailed.
This documentary is a tribute to that championship.
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