When asked if there's anything he doesn't like about Miami, James offered few complaints, other than the often-clogged street — Biscayne Boulevard, or U.S. 1 — that leads to the arena the Heat call home.
"What is there not to like about Miami?" James said. "It is a home. My family is very happy; I'm very comfortable. But U.S. 1? I wish that was a highway."
Bear in mind, he's not always unhappy when that street is gridlocked.
The last two years, he's been largely responsible for hundreds of thousands of people lining that road for Heat championship parades.
And if he gets his way, they'll be back next June.