Miami Heat’s LeBron James Must Embrace Villain Role

January 17th, 2011 by Pedro Heizer Leave a reply »
LeBron James is trying…he really is, but he’s failing.

LeBron is trying so hard to embrace his new role as the villain of the NBA, but it's not working.

LeBron enjoys going on the road and getting booed. In fact, he is actually playing better on the road than he is at home.

After the Lakers 112-57 debacle of the Cavaliers on Tuesday night, LeBron tweeted: “Crazy. Karma is a b****. Gets you every time. It's not good to wish bad on anybody. God sees everything!"

Once I read that, the first thing I thought of was Dan Gilbert, the Cavaliers owner who posted an open-letter on the Cavaliers website within minutes of LeBron’s decision to leave chilly Cleveland for sunny Miami.

In the letter, Gilbert called James the “former hero;” he called LeBron’s decision a “cowardly act of betrayal” and vowed that the city of Cleveland will win an NBA championship before the “self-titled former King” won one.

In the tweet, it seemed as if James was taking a jab at Gilbert and all the entire Cavaliers’ players who talked bad about him after his decision. But w ...

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