2010 NBA Offseason: LeBron James Should Be Applauded, Not Vilified

July 30th, 2010 by Tyler Conway Leave a reply »
When going through the (surprisingly) large amount of reader e-mail in my inbox, it seems that readers have noticed a personality trait that friends and family have criticized me about for years—I am insanely opinionated. About everything. My opinions are usually overwhelmingly negative.  

So, in the aftermath of "The Decision," an event whose reaction was so lopsidedly negative that its only apt comparison is America's reaction to the BP oil spill, friends and readers alike both expected me to have a firm opinion. 

The problem was...I had none. 

Friends and readers alike asked for my opinion regarding the situation and the answer I gave was disappointing: "I don't know."

The consensus response to my apathy toward "The Decision" was best described in an e-mail exchange with a reader named Anthony: "You mean you want to be a writer, but you can't even muster an opinion on one of the biggest off-court events in NBA history?  Pathetic."

What friends and readers like Anthony did not understand is I purposely avoided having an opinion. 

I wanted to have a clear head before creating a ...

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