LeBron James Is Who We Thought He Was

May 12th, 2010 by kevin roberts Leave a reply »
This is not the stuff legends are made of.

True legends, guys who would be called "kings," don't shrug off a 30-point blow-out loss in one of the most important games of their career.

They don't brush this type of loss off their shoulder with comments like, "I spoil a lot of people with my play. When you have three bad games in a seven-year career, it is easy to point that out."

I'm sorry? Did I hear that right?

If we take James literally, he's trying to say that he should be excused of a pitiful, sorry effort because he's almost always awesome, and because he can't always be on.

Um, what?

Please, someone (anyone, really), find me a quote where Michael Jordan said something like this. And not in the regular season when he was 40 or riding a rare three-game losing streak.

I want to see those words from another "superstar" when his team is face-down in a huge playoff series, with everything on the line.

Cue the LeBron James temper tantrum, folks.

The truth is, what we're seeing now out of James, is just the end result of what we actually knew was coming for the past s ...

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