Five Things South Florida Sports Fans Can Look Forward to Now That LeBron Has Left

3. Enjoying another mediocre Dolphins season.
Your favorite little football team finds itself in another swirling news story, and if it were as good at creating touchdowns as it is at creating controversy, South Florida might pay attention to them like the Heat. Alas, no. But Tannehill! And Wallace!


2. Realizing our hockey team is basically the Cleveland Cavaliers of ice.

Remember Roberto Luongo? So great -- in 2003. He played for the Panthers from 2000 to 2006, got folks excited about his potential as a then-27-year-old dripping with talent, and the team promptly traded him to Vancouver. But they traded for him back! A month before his 35th birthday, that is. So what if he wasn't the best player to ever play his sport like LeBron [sad faces for days]? The example still kind of holds. Fine, one more parallel? In LeBron's go-away letter, he mentioned how much he missed the Cavaliers broadcasters. Well, check out how fun the Panthers' can be.

See? Just like Cleveland. Which reminds us of one thing -- if there were only one thing -- we truly need to look forward to as South Florida sports fans. A reminder that it's not so bad here, even without that guy.

No. 1. At least we don't have to live in Cleveland.

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