2010 NBA Finals: LeBron James, Please Step Aside, It’s Time for Celtics-Lakers

June 2nd, 2010 by Stew Winkel Leave a reply »

I find it to be a glaring contrast.  On one side, Kobe Bryant will be playing in his seventh Finals, going for his fifth ring.  

He will get started in his quest on Thursday night, against Paul Pierce, Rajon Rondo, and the rest of the Celtics team trying for its second title in three years.

On the other side, LeBron James, with his seventh season in the league long since completed, will give an interview on Friday night.  He will say nothing of news, nothing of note, but accomplish his goal of stirring the pot and keeping the story going.

At least James will accomplish something this season.  He sure is newsworthy.  Too bad he is not newsworthy for winning—only his lack of.

The news story this week has been the reported superstar free agent summit that is going to take place between James, Dwyane Wade, Chris Bosh, Joe Johnson, and possibly Amare Stoudemire.

For the others involved, I don’t really see a problem. Wade has a ring, and Johnson, Bosh, and S ...

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