I don't agree with that. It would be a big deal if he won 1 there, but he'd still get dinged for not winning as many as Jordan or Kobe, etc. For him to go down as the undisputed best of all time, he has to at least get close to those guys in terms of rings. His best chance to win as many rings as possible would be for him to stay in Miami next year and the following year. That's why I don't really get why people think he has to go back right now. He gets the best of both worlds if he stays in Miami for 2, then goes back to Cleveland when Irving is in his prime and Wiggins has developed.