LeBron James a Champ? Maybe. Follower? Definitely. Greatest Ever? Not Possible

July 22nd, 2010 by Hardcourt Mayhem Leave a reply »
To quote a disgusted Walt Clyde Frazier “He took the easy way out”.  As the sports world watched Lebron James went on national TV and declared he’s going to take his talents to South Beach and join the Miami Heat.  In one statement James proved all his naysayer’s correct. The former king (I’ll get to this later) of the NBA shrunk under pressure yet again and took the easy way out.

Dwight Howard may be considered the superman of the NBA but by all accounts James was the player with all the super human ability and charisma. Two weeks ago in front of millions he burned his own cape. His lips quivered as he tried to explain to the world why he was leaving Cleveland to try to win championships with a dream team. 

Not only did the Ohio native leave his hometown team, he made a one hour TV special to rub it in the face of the fans that supported him since he was 15 years old.  Not since Hulk Hogan turned his back on WCW has a fan base been so poorly treated.

James idolized Michael Jordan growing up and has often been proclaimed as the second coming of Michael Jordan,  but would Jo ...

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