LeBron James, Not Karma, Responsible For Cleveland Cavaliers Collapse

January 12th, 2011 by Daniel Bartemus Leave a reply »
In the simplest of terms, karma is defined as inevitable emanations- good or bad- felt to be generated by someone or something.

During the fourth quarter of the Cleveland Cavaliers' historically inept showing in a 112-57 loss to the Los Angeles Lakers, the franchise's former poster boy, LeBron James, tweeted that the defeat occurred thanks to bad karma built up by Cavs Owner Dan Gilbert for spitting venom at James after he ditched Cleveland for South Beach.

"Crazy. Karma is a b****. Gets you every time. It's not good to wish bad on anybody. God sees everything," James said.

James' use of the word karma is interesting to me on so many different levels.

Let's start with the fact that karma had absolutely nothing to do with why Cleveland got blasted by 55 Tuesday night. That happened because the 8-30 Cavs are a terrible team playing on the road against the NBA 's two-time defending champions. 

They are terrible because they're missing three of their top six players in Daniel Gibson, Anderson Varejao, and Anthony Parker. Terrible because Gibson, Varejao, and Parker are three of their top six players to begin with. But mos ...

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