My take on the class of players who will become free agents at the end of this season is that LeBron James, like many of the big names that have been talked about, will end up re-signing with their current teams.
In LeBron's case, there's more incentive to stay than there is to leave. He's from the Cleveland area, his family is here and he has a built-in fan base. How much more can he make in endorsements? They've got his picture on the side of an entire building here in Cleveland.
The only incentive for him to leave would be if he felt the Cleveland team had no chance of winning a title. Ownership has demonstrated that they are committed to spending money to make the Cavaliers a winning team and I think they will continue to do so.
Boston, Orlando and a young Atlanta team are the main competition for the Cavs in the Eastern Conference. I think the Cavaliers, as they are currently constructed, are built to compete and win the East, but I don't think they are built to win the NBA title.