LeBron James Spends the Night Scoring, Cleveland Fans Spend the Night Crying

December 2nd, 2010 by Danny Flynn Leave a reply »
Reggie Miller spoke the night’s four truest words midway through the third quarter of tonight’s LeBron James Cleveland homecoming, when the former Pacer simply uttered “time to get over it.”

That about sums it up Cleveland. It’s time to get over it. No more crying, pity seeking or whining; just get over it.

LeBron is gone. He’s moved on to greener pastures and no amount of booing, marginally creative t-shirts or evil eyes is going to bring him back.

Miller would on go on to make the comparison that many analysts and media members brought up leading in tonight’s Heat-Cavs matchup, which Miami ended up completely dominating 118-90. He called the Cavs fans jilted lovers, the jealous ex-girlfriends in this whole strange breakup.

It was an analogy that coudn’t have better described the actions of the fans during the night.

James returned to Cleveland with a new, prettier girlfriend and the fans let him hear all about it. Heckling, chants, boos, signs, t-shirts—they all tried their hardest to let him know how angry they were with the breakup.

And what did LeBron do about it?

He sm ...

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