LeBron James Decision Special: What the Hour-Long Special Says About the King

July 7th, 2010 by Shaun Weissman Leave a reply »
His campaign: "Witness."

His nickname: King James.

Resume: two time MVP, Rookie of the Year, one time scoring champ, six time All-Star (two All-Star MVP trophies), All-NBA everything, led his team to the Finals once, ZERO championships.

LeBron James is arguably the most athletic player to ever step foot on the NBA hardwood and he is a stat box filler in every sense.

His talent level shoots straight through the roof and he has an understanding of the game to match.

He plays hard, aggressive, and ignites the crowd more than any other player in the league.

But the greatest kings are humble (especially kings who haven't won anything), and if the first two lines of this article weren't clear, that is a quality that LBJ doesn't seem to have.

He said his announcement of where he was going to play next season would come Monday.

Apparently LeBron got his dates mixed up because the King of this year's class of free agents pushed that back.

Now he's decided to inform the world of his decision by way of an hour-long ESPN special because his choice is of such magnitude that it warrants a ...

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