We Are All Witnesses To LeBron James’ Selfishness, But Will It Pay Off for Him?

July 11th, 2010 by Max Goodwin Leave a reply »
There is no question that the Miami Heat is a favorite to win the NBA championship.

There is no question that they will possess one of the most talented trios ever to be assembled in a starting five.

There is also no question that the rest of the nation views LeBron James as a coward. The real question is whether winning will change this perception.

LeBron James has shown the ability to surpass the highest of expectations in his career. The early expectations of greatness that seemed impossible to live up to looked modest following his rookie season in Cleveland.

His free agency period has been anticipated for years, but nobody anticipated this happening. Nobody anticipated the assembly of an all-star team in Miami. Now everyone has their own expectations on the Heat. How will LeBron meet them?

He has fallen from the height of arguably the most popular athlete in the world to the villain of the NBA. And there is nobody to blame but himself. LeBron must remember that he asked for this. He asked to be the bad guy, and he must embrace the role.

"The King" abandoned the city that loved him. The huge banner that ...

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