Barack Obama Courts LeBron James: The Impact of a Superstar

May 26th, 2010 by Rahil Devgan Leave a reply »

The most common barometer of sporting success lies in the ability to win.

It’s quite simple really - the ones who win are more remembered than the ones who do not.

Sometimes that might seem unfair but it’s the inherent nature of sport. The ultimate goal tends to narrow down to a solitary result – to get that elusive ‘W’.

This is precisely the reason why numerous NFL experts and fans would choose Tom Brady over Peyton Manning to build a team around.

Because Brady has won more than Manning has.

Now Lebron James is a winner.

A Winner.

Over the past seven seasons he has done more than just run up a few ‘W’s’ for the Cleveland Cavaliers. He turned the franchise around and gave it the respectability that it never had. The Cavaliers were always remembered for being Jordan’s buzzer-beating bunnies. Now they’re remembered for having Lebron James.

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