Dan Gilbert, If Lebron James Is a “Coward” Then Why Did You Need Him?

July 10th, 2010 by Bill Hare Leave a reply »
The period following Lebron James’ announcement that he would be taking his basketball talents to South Beach revealed that the Cleveland Cavaliers’ owner is something less than a logician.

To illustrate the point it, would be constructive to put together a syllogism and take it from there.

After the NBA season ended and Lebron James began shifting his attention in earnest to where he would be playing basketball after his contract with Cleveland had expired, a musical video showcasing some of the biggest names in Ohio, including Governor Ted Strickland, was released.

The number was to the tune of “We Are the World” but with the words substituted to convey the message “Lebron, We Really Need You.”  The tape was certainly put together with the blessings of Dan Gilbert.

When we take what was conveyed in the song and revealed repeatedly by the Cavaliers’ management in presenting the emphatic and consistent message that Lebron James was needed in Cleveland, a glaring absence of logic is conveyed in considering what owner Gilbert said after the former Cavs superstar announced that he would be p ...

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