Passion of Thrice: The Five Books Of King LeBron James Cowardliness

July 13th, 2010 by Bhemis Parks Leave a reply »
On Friday, with a new fan base basking in what was coined "The Decision," James stood front stage for Miami Heat fans and the basket ball world, arms spread, head held high, and finally a peace-of-mind. The image was strikingly eerie in the way it resembled a painting of the Biblical savior [Jesus Christ] being crucified, before all those that either loved or hated him. Shame on James, he even had the nerve to sport his signature head-ban as a crucifix of sorts? No, not shame on his par, but definitely on anyone thinking so, anyone willing to put this much faith in a athlete. Now if only this breed of basketball fan could pay as much attention to all it's homeless brothers and sisters. I guess we all realized how mixed up we fans have our priorities. But back to basketball, I don't want to steer you away, not before you learn an important lesson on basketball, as-well life. On Thursday night, before a live televised prime time audience, LeBron James announced his decision to leave his home state, and it's basketball organization. His persecution could now began. He had done the unbelievable, and in doing so, he displayed the ultimate sacrifice of self, in regards to spor ...

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