The Antawn Jamison Trade Means One Thing…No More Excuses, LeBron

February 21st, 2010 by Chad Ridgeway Leave a reply »
LeBron James is a verifiable force of nature, dominating by leaving his massive paw prints all over the court. As the statisticians will tell you, LeBron has been stringing together some of the finest regular season performances in NBA history.

With the athleticism of Jordan, the vision of Magic, and the body of Karl Malone, he's more like a cyborg from the future.

Some players come once in a decade. Some players come once in a generation. LeBron is a once in a century type of athlete. The kind never seen before, and will not been seen again for a very long time.

Watching him is awe-inspiring. In fact, we must be in so much awe and so inspired that we don't really care if his rare talents equate into wins.

That's because there has never been an athlete who has been so immune to criticism for his post-season failures as LeBron James.

The majority of fans and "experts" have anointed him the greatest player alive, while players with similar post-season resumes have never enjoyed nearly as much acclaim, and are often burdened with criticism until they earn the respect by being great on the big stage.

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