A Cavalier Solution: Targeting Chris Bosh?

May 26th, 2010 by Stephen Brotherston Leave a reply »
On the long May 24 weekend in Canada, I got the chance to discuss the Cleveland Cavaliers, the future of LeBron James, and the despair that the comes from watching a first-place team make an early exit from the playoffs with some hard-core fans visiting from Cleveland.

And as Cavalier fans feel LeBron James' massive presence walking out the front door of their team, the mood could not be darker.

What we witnessed on TV in Canada, they watched live at the Q.  By the end, the unchallenged first-place Cavaliers looked like a lost and confused junior varsity team playing in their first tournament.

The belief was LeBron let the team down.  And who could argue with them after watching LeBron score 15 points in the Game Five home loss and his nine turnovers in Game Six.

The fans noticed that LeBron has since gone into hiding and the apparent lack of sportsmanship and accountability has led to the unbelievable comment that, “we don’t care if he ever comes back!”

They repeated comments read and heard locally that finishing in first place two seasons in a row and going deep into the playoffs ...

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