A LeBron James Story

December 6th, 2010 by Jim Clark Leave a reply »
As a die hard Clevelander, going back to Quicken Loans Arena last night was nothing short of gut wrenching. 

I mean, let’s face it—even though every single Clevelander had hopes that somehow the Cavs would play their hearts out and make LeBron’s return a bitter pill, deep down—way down deep where all Clevelanders hide reality as it relates to our sports teams—we all knew that LeBron was going to thrash the Cavs.

There was so much hatred in the arena it oozed out of our pores. 

It seethed through our teeth. 

And it most certainly was in writing on almost every t-shirt in the building. 

Epitaphs such as “Judas,” “CavaLIAR,” “Quitness” and “LeShame” gilded the chests of Cavalier nation.

And I have to say, that after LeBron put up 24 points in the 3rd quarter, essentially ending the contest, I started to think—"Why do I hate LeBron so much?"

The answer was 1964.

1964 was the last time Cleveland had a championship team. 

The Browns were the kings of football, league ch ...

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