LeBron James Deserves the Miami Heat: Get Off Your High Horse

July 17th, 2010 by Bernie Dawkins Leave a reply »
I'm envious of the fans who can't understand why LeBron James is being portrayed as the villain in the aftermath of his "decision," I really am. I'm jealous of the fans who were appalled by the sight of drunken, angry Cleveland fans burning their game jerseys and Witness t's of a former hero turned Benedict James.

I wish I could be more like these people, but I can't.

Instead, I salute those that set their LeBron jerseys ablaze and the masses of others that have voiced their disgust with "King" James and his free agency spectacle and grand finale.

And I applaud you most of all, Cavs owner Dan Gilbert, for having the courage to call out the "self-titled 'King,'" as you so eloquently described him in your scathing, post-breakup e-mail.

Outsiders can argue the taste of it all they want. For me, though, as a pissed off and betrayed Cavs fan, it was exactly what I needed to hear following such a "shocking act of disloyalty" and "cowardly betrayal" because it's EXACTLY how I felt, and how I still feel over a week later (although the voodoo and championship guarantee were a bit crazy).

The simple truth is that LeBron James handl ...

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