More Thoughts from Egypt: LeBron James Continues To Make Errors in Judgement

December 12th, 2009 by Nick Gelso Leave a reply »
By Salma Mahmoud

After the recent back to back losses by the Cavaliers, for the second time this season, I was totally frustrated and disappointed. And as I suffer from low blood pressure, I decided to calm myself down by staying in bed and trying to remember the good memories of the team, just to feel happy, even for a while.

Cleveland began their 2008-09 season at 1-2, losing to the Celtics and the Hornets. However, they finished out November with a 13-2 record. They were second in league, tied with the Lakers at 39-9.We were all witnesses to LeBron’s exploits on the court. King James’ numbers were simply unbelievable. He finished the season posting career-highs in field goal percentage and free throw shooting – 48.9% and 78%, respectively. LBJ was the only player in the NBA to average at least 1.5 steals, 1 block, and 1.5 three-balls per game. Not forgetting he scored 52 points at Madison Square Garden, adding 11 assists and 10 rebounds. He became the first player since Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (in 1975) to have a triple double while also scoring 50+ points. Moreover coach Brown had done fine job in directing the Cavs. His co ...

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