LeBron says ‘RELAX,’ quoting ‘the great’ Aaron Rodgers

Just as Rome wasn’t built in a day, homecoming king LeBron James won’t forge a championship team in Cleveland in November.

In other words, have some chill, people.

"We have to understand what it takes to win. It’s going to be a long process," James said previously of the Cavs’ slow start, which took another hit on Wednesday night when a Gordon Hayward buzzer beater dropped the Cavs to 1-3.

"It’s like building a car from scratch," James said of the team’s development. "I’ve done that before. I hated the process, it got on my nerves. I sent it back to get repainted 100 times. But once it was completely finished I was excited about it."

Rodgers and the Packers have certainly made good on the QB’s assurance that "We’re going to be OK." The Packers subsequently destroyed the Bears (38-17) and the Vikings (42-10), then came back and stole a win in Miami (27-24), then crushed the Panthers (38-17) before dropping a game in New Orleans. That game turned south for Green Bay after Rodgers pulled his hamstring.

As far as James and whatever model car he’s building with Kevin Love, Kyrie Irving and Co. in Cleveland, remember the Heat started only 9-8 in the first year of Miami’s Big Three. The team finished 58-24 and lost in the NBA Finals to the Dallas Mavericks.