King James’ Mistake: Hopes for a LeBron Championship

November 24th, 2009 by Brandon Lott Leave a reply »
Some say he's arrogant. After he walked off the court without congratulating any members of the Orlando Magic squad following a humiliating end to an incredible MVP season, others began to call him childish.

On the flip side of those negative darts, many would contend that he will go down in history as one of the greatest players—and not only at his position—the game has ever seen. He's big, he's explosive, he's difficult to guard, and his outside game is close to matching his ability to get to the bucket and dunk on anyone.

Outside of what basketball writers, announcers, and other players might say about LeBron James, what is it like to be the King? This is not a question about his capacity as a father off the court, or his aspirations to be the first billionaire athlete. 

As a fan, consumer, and sports enthusiast, I could care less about what the dude is doing in his spare time, or what his favorite food is. I'm from Northeast Ohio and I'm only concerned with one thing: winning.

Hopefully by the time you finish reading this article, you will understand fully what I am trying to say.

Let's begin by taking a look at K ...

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