he did what is best on him and not what is best for the cavs org, the city, and ohio.
good for him!!!
dude gets hurt, and doesnt produce, gets traded.
dude doesnt get a ring for the cavs, gets traded
dude gets old..gets traded or cut (hakeem, emmit smith)
plus who doesnt want to play with their friends in miami...vs cleveland ohio....i mean seriously??
michael strahan (my fellow alumni and fellow former football player at tsu) told me something once: there is no loyalty in the offseason.
cleveland needs to get the hell of lebrons back..or jock...whatever they seem to be riding.
they cried and whined when they lost their football team. and now this. I dont live in cleveland so i gota ask this....is the sports culture in cleveland that bitch-ish?
I'm not from Cleveland but I wouldn't say bitch-ish.........more like they've been kicked in the balls so man times over the years.
All sorts of heart breaking losses in every sport. This was just sort of the icing on the cake because it was the local kid who was amazing and was supposed to win it for them and he said he would win it for them.
I also don't think anyone would really care if he left besides the state of Ohio it was just the way he left. In the last few years LBJ has gotten quite a bit more full of himself. He always refers to himself in the 3rd person and gay crap like that.
Me being a Laker and Kobe fan love it because for once the Lakers aren't the most hated and Kobe isn't the most hated and most people are rooting for someone, or anyone to beat Miami. Like I said, I think it was just the way he left and announced his departure that rubbed most of America the wrong way.
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