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Carmelo Anthony Is Fittingly a Coveted Resident for Nets

January 12th, 2011
The ridiculous farce is heard at full volume in Denver, heard throughout the community that is left in uncertainty and now is curious to know if Carmelo Anthony is really leaving the Rocky Mountains for Brooklyn, N.Y., his native town where he blossomed as a ballplayer. In the wake of the ...

Michael Jordan’s Mental Lapse Dents Bobcats Future

December 23rd, 2010
This time, he can escape his personal stress, if only for a moment, when he stunningly resigned from the franchise, ran from the burdens and surrendered in his successful coaching career to finally realize he's not capable for such a tiring and stressful task.It is, I dare say, telling that Larry Brown, ...

LeBron James Gets Last Laugh Over Blatant Crowd at Garden

December 18th, 2010
For now, he's a public enemy in New York, greeted with unpleasant chants by soulless fans at the Garden. That was, the King, who arrived to the world's most famous venue on Friday night and duplicated a compelling spectacle on a night the crowd ridiculed and insulted LeBron James badly. In the stands, boorish and blatant ...

Heat’s Gutless, Lethargic Personality Ails As Tropical Storm Hits

November 12th, 2010
Together, not long ago, they traveled to the shores of South Beach and chose to take a pay cut to join forces as members of the Miami Heat. However, it seems the most hyped team is believed to be the most heartless, gutless and softest team in the league. In truth, ...

LeBron James’ Giddy Acting Scenes Doesn’t Help His Image

October 30th, 2010
When last we heard from LeBron James (you know, the most annoying drama queen in sports), he announced his decision in a one-hour, free-agency spectacle where he callously abandoned the faithful people who adored him. It used to be acceptable to commend James on his skills, until he divulged that he’d ...

Houston We Have a Problem: Los Angeles Lakers Propel to Defy Logic

October 11th, 2010
This is a classic article of 2009: Note to editor: Please edit carefully It drew our awareness in Game 2 of the 2009 NBA playoffs when irritable mood swings flared into a physical skirmish between the Lakers and Rockets. It was like a wrestling match and things turned warlike with massive ...

Embattled LeBron James Won’t Elude Stigma Paranoid of Race

October 1st, 2010
One day, he was described as the biggest global icon in basketball, braced by the world and vastly became a consumer’s best friend for selling his valuable products. The next day, he was being lambasted and characterized as the world’s most hated athlete, except in South Beach where he opted ...

Knicks Could Implode With The Rehiring of Isiah Thomas: Dolan Is to Fault

August 9th, 2010
There is, no doubt, a dumbfounded surprise immensely is purging the feasibility of the recovery on a wealthy franchise. But with impetuously pulling off bad choices to solidify an uncompetitive texture, the New York Knicks, a team tormented of Isiah Thomas’ acquisitions and lawsuit in his regime as an executive running a ...

If Michael Jordan Rips LeBron James, I’ll Rip Jordan

July 19th, 2010
It must be the latest backlash hearing all the crazy, shocking remarks from the legendary Michael Jordan, who directed the Chicago Bulls to six championships and orchestrated one of the most momentous dynasties of all times, recently ripped LeBron James for joining forces with two superstars on the Miami Heat. It’s ...

In Reality, LeBron James Is Sports’ Biggest Villain For Desiring a Championship

July 11th, 2010
There is always a villain and scoundrel within our society we disdain, whether it regards a decision or deceitfulness, despised for all the senseless wrongdoing and publicly humiliating an entire town. Every story in sports media has surrounded LeBron James, once known as the adorable hero, is now known as ...