LeBron James Has Really Outdone Himself With Comments on the Cleveland Cavaliers

January 12th, 2011 by Nick Poust Leave a reply »
On Tuesday, the Cleveland Cavaliers lost 112-57 to the Los Angeles Lakers.

To make the pain run deeper, LeBron James felt the need to comment on the beatdown his former team suffered.

He did so on Twitter and though the tweet doesn’t directly reference the Cavaliers, it is undoubtedly alluding to the team, their terrible loss and how his situation was handled by owner Dan Gilbert: “Crazy. Karma is a b***.. Gets you every time. Its not good to wish bad on anybody. God sees everything!”

Why is this newsworthy? Because it’s childish, ignorant and exemplifies his naivety—and it’s quite funny.

He says, “Its not good to wish bad on anybody” yet laughs at Cleveland. Isn’t that a tad contradictory?

Two hours after sending this tweet, he comments on former head coach Mike Brown and his appearance as an analyst on ESPN: “Ok Coach Brown. Looking good on NBA Fast Break. U look much better on the sidelines though. Great coach, great man. He’ll be back!”

There’s nothing wrong with this tweet on the outside, but looking at in context, it’s a ...

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