Cavs, Heat Fans Show Lack Of Perspective, But Cleveland Is Worse

July 10th, 2010 by Thomas Galicia Leave a reply »

"LeQuitter" "LeBitch" "LePunk" "LeP**y" "This is the worst day of my life." "He'll never be allowed in Ohio ever again." 

That's Cleveland.

"All Hail The King" "The Three Kings will RULE the NBA!" "This is the Greatest Day of my life!"

That's Miami.

Of course because of "The Decision" LeBron is a super villain in Cleveland and a super hero sidekick in Miami. (This will always be WADE county.) And as a Heat fan I did celebrate, and even attended the pep rally.

But the lack of perspective from both sides, and from fans of other teams around the NBA, is very disheartening to me.

Cleveland claims that LeBron "stabbed them in the back" and that he embarrassed them on national television. I agree whole heartedly with the latter point. That was a very embarrassing spectacle to be associated with the Miami Heat organization, and I'm sure it will be the last time as a member of the Heat that he'll do such a thing, for Pat Riley doesn't tolerate antics such as that.

Its the former that I disagree with.

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