Despicable Me: The LeBron James Story Just Will Not Die

July 12th, 2010 by Bryan Flynn Leave a reply »

I know writing this will lead to some backlash, but I do not perceive a player leaving and an angry owner and fans to be a race issue.

The hoopla surrounding Lebron James is a story that just won’t go away.

Maybe it’s the fact that its summer and there is not much to talk about. Maybe it’s the fact that ESPN is doing everything in their power to defend itself.

There is no question that since LeBron decided to commit career suicide on national television by airing his decision, this story is not going away. In fact, things have gotten uglier since LeBron made the announcement.

One would think that the sports world would move on over the weekend with the Major League Baseball All-Star break coming up. Or be focused on the World Cup with the third place game and final over the weekend.

But noooooooo!

This story has become the basketball equivalent to the "will Brett Favre return or won’t he" saga. This story even has its own Rachel Nichols sight ...

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