Lebron James Miami Heat: Trouble on the Road

November 25th, 2010 by Nick Poust Leave a reply »
Every time Miami Heat's LeBron James touched the ball against the Orlando Magic, the crowd booed. These were Magic, not Cleveland Cavaliers, fans. They were booing him because of what he had done to Cleveland, and how he had done it.

This wasn’t the first road arena James has been booed in, nor will it be the last. He and his disheveled Heat face the Cavaliers next week in Cleveland. Smartly, extra security will be on hand and anti-James clothing will be banned from the arena.

Cleveland will react; it’s just a matter of how they will. He will deserve what he gets, unless some crazies drink too many beers, resort to violence and go after him. Violence would only make Cleveland look bad.

Chanting “Quitter” or “Sidekick” would be punishment enough. That would be the reality check he needs. Only then will he understand that he won’t be able to just go back to Akron and be treated as the hometown hero he once was.

He will be treated as a traitor. The Magic fans know he is. They weren’t booing Dwyane Wade or Chris Bosh; just him.

The boos shouldn’t stop there. He ...

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