Here’s What The NBA Would Look Like If Every Star Went Home Like LeBron James (Photos)

Here’s What The NBA Would Look Like If Every Star Went Home Like LeBron James (Photos)
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Since the start of the NBA’s free agency, much of the talk about who will go where revolved around one question: Will LeBron go home?

For James, a return to his home state of Ohio is a sensational turnaround after the fiasco that was “The Decision.” After all, it was only four years ago that Cavaliers fans were using LeBron jerseys for firewood after the star decided to take his talents to South Beach.

But reactionary fans and embarrassing letters aside, James’ return to Cleveland really does make the mind wonder. What if every team was full of hometown stars?

Imagine no more. Here’s what the NBA would look like if stars played for their local clubs:

Portland Trailblazers

Blazers


Milwaukee Bucks

Bucks


Chicago Bulls

Bulls


Cleveland Cavaliers

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Boston Celtics

celtics


Los Angeles Clippers

clippers


Memphis Grizzlies

Grizz


Atlanta Hawks

hawks


Miami Heat

heat


Charlotte Hornets

hornets


Sacramento Kings

kings


New York Knicks

knicks


Los Angeles Lakers

Lakers


Orlando Magic

magic


Dallas Mavericks

mavs


Brooklyn Nets

netsupdated


OKC Thunder

OKC


Indiana Pacers

pacers


New Orleans Pelicans

pelicans


Detroit Pistons

pistons


Houston Rockets

rockets


Philadelphia 76ers

sixers


Phoenix Suns

sunsNEW


Minnesota Timberwolves

twolvesNEW


Toronto Raptors

Raptors

Golden State Warriors

Warriors


Washington Wizards

Wizards


Bonus: Seattle Supersonics

sonics

*Neither Utah, Colorado or the San Antonio area has produced more than five current pro basketball players.

Top Photo Credit: Getty Images 

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A Journalism & Media Studies product from Rutgers University, Joseph began his writing days as a blogger in his sophomore year before a twist of fate saw him cross paths with Elite Daily. He hasn't looked back since, only forward towards fulfilling his obsession with words through many more articles for the voice of generation-Y.

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