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LeBron James: “Karma is a b****”

LeBron James

LeBron James

As we said in Smack, nobody expected the Cavs to go into the Lakers’ gym and win, but nobody thought they’d get molly-whopped by a count of 112-57. Perhaps we shouldn’t have said nobody. Whether he was watching the game on NBA League Pass or just watching ESPN’s BottomLine, LeBron James took note and prodded a fire that presumably still had embers burning.

Crazy. Karma is a b****.. Gets you every time. Its not good to wish bad on anybody. God sees everything!

This is what LeBron tweeted from his phone via ÃœberTwitter 10 hours ago. Think he still has animosity for all those burnt jerseys? Nah.

What do you think?

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  • karizmatic

    I feel like there was no point in Lebron saying that. I’m an official Lebron hater now.

  • Speak Up

    Who cares if your a LeBron hater. He’s doing his thing without Cleveland and without bandwagon haters.

  • Claw

    Lebron has Harvard problems and is getting community college advice.

    So he relishes the role of being a douche, so this is just par for the course. This is Lebron in full effect.

    Karma is waiting on you Lebron for the playoffs.

  • http://deleted dagwaller

    I’ve disliked LeBron since the Decision, and this doesn’t help

  • Max

    Villain role = fully embraced. I love it.

  • Otto

    “not good to wish bad on anybody” – Way to hammer out that 3rd grade grammar there, Lebron. Should have went to college, son. I mean, get a load of this guy, using an adverb instead of an adjective to modify his nouns. Like, who does that????

  • Chris

    Let’s put this in perspective. Lebron gets coddled and worshipped by Ohio since high school. He gets a fulltime job out of high school being paid millions of dollars to play a game. He gets idolized and treated like a star, though management can’t quite surround him with enough talent to go all the way. He gets frustrated and leaves. Instead of being appreciative for all of the good things Cleveland did for him, he’s focusing solely on the angry, heat of the moment words from the owner. Bottom line, he’s a spoiled, unappreciative punk, and will never be in Jordan, Bird, or Magic’s class no matter how many rings he wins with Wade and Bosh.

  • Pugz

    Le-Bitch. Karmas comin for you too LeBron

  • JAY

    @Pugz
    I was thinking the same thing. Dude preaches karma but doesn’t realize he dumped on Cleveland on national TV.

    And push the animosity between Gilbert and Lebron aside… I thought he still had friends on that Cavs team. Karma is going to rip a ligament out of Lebron’s knee.

  • daghost

    @ otto: wtf? Since you want to get specific, when you said “hammer that 3rd grade grammar”, the word “there” that you followed it with is not necessary. Don’t be a hypocrite and i hope you followed your own advice. Your written mistake didn’t change the fact that I knew what you meant,just like we all know what Lebron meant. With that said, i’m not the biggest fan of Lebron’s actions in this incident. It totally was a “douchebag” move.

    Sincerely,

    Daghost.

  • hadoken

    the hate just never ends. suck it, cleveland. when we talk about contraction we’re talking about you. keep the hate coming bc lbj and all us heat fans feel exactly like this http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZxxPLDZnqwA LUXURIOUS!!!

  • How do we even know he was talking about the Cavs??? He coulda been talkin about something else… That’d make you feel pretty stupid, huh…

  • Ekstor

    He may not realize it but he just increased the pressure on himself to take the Heat all the way. There will be a lot of tweets out of Cleveland just itching to take him down if he fails.

  • Claw

    Gilbert apologoized for his behavior, and when Craig Sager asked him during the Cavs game if he would have done anything different he said “no”. Right there he could have squashed it by saying in retrospect it was viewed as crapping on Ctown and that is not what I wanted to do so that might have not been the best avenue to announce my signing with the Heat.

    Done. Can’t do it, he’s an idiot and douche.

    Don’t mention ligaments JAY, just jacked up my MCL and meniscis, just hoping I didn’t tear an ACL again. Need to take up those aerobic classes, some nice MILFs in there.

    LeDouche

  • Ekstor

    How do we know he was talking about the Cavs? Jeez, you’d have a hard time convincing anyone that it could have been anyone else. He was in LA and tweeted it during the 4th quarter of the Cavs worst loss of the season?

    Put it this way. If he had tweeted it at any other time, it would have made absolutely no sense.

  • https://twitter.com/#!/djlocdog Loc

    COmedy!

  • Dre

    You people are freaking idiots! You kiss those idiot Cavs fans @$$ for all of the nasty and disrespectful things that they said about him. Then Lebron says something that could be towards the Cavs and he is all these terrible things? Karma is a B___h and they are getting it back. The Cavs are so sorry they are showing you idiots just how great Lebron was to carry those guys for so long. I look at that team and it just lets me know how dynamic he really is. The one dissing Lebron’s grammar, it’s twitter… get over yourself. I can bet with his high school education he makes more money in a year than you will ever see any a life time. It’s twitter… who cares about their grammar when talking crap on the computer? The Cavs dumped themselves by given him crap talent to play around… the proof is in front of your dumb faces… that team is awful! Plus, we all are assuming that he talking about the Cavs… and you know what assuming does. People stopping coddling poor Cleveland they are just as guilty of doing wrong as Lebron is.

  • x0t

    lol. Lebron thinks slavemaster karma and a nonexistent god care about basketball scores. I pity this man.

  • Claw

    @daghost – doesn’t not didn’t AND wtf should be wtff, deserves two fs

    tweets aren’t meant to be grammatically correct, but you see these guys just saying stupid sh*t. Some players shouldn’t be allowed a twitter account.

  • Dre

    hadoken… that is exactly right and the video was perfect for all those ridiculous people.

  • Dre

    X0t, what goes around comes around in everything… basketball, soccer, business, relationships… life in general.

  • Dre

    Like someone said u don’t know what he is talking about. he could be expressing what someone told him, or something totally unrelated to basketball. Do I think it was the Cavs game? Yeah, but I’m not dumb enough to automatically assume… people are stupid like that. They know what assuming makes them look like.

  • Claw

    Dre – He brings it upon himself, the team was meant to compliment a superstar, they are not built to win without that piece. Cavs are screwed for putting themselves in that position. What did you want them to be the Heat that got rid of every player, sucked last year, played to half empty arena.

    Tell me that the Heat didn’t know they were getting those 3 idiots. IF they guessed wrong who is leading that Heat team, Mario Chalmers? and then who is the worst team in the league? Understand the big picture and what transpired.

  • i am a witness

    FUCK CLEVELAND…….. MIAMI 305 IN DIS BITCH!!!!! them jack ass cavs fans called lebron all kind of names and disrespected his family and u expect sympathy??? FUCK DAN GILBERT and every HATING ASS BITCH IN SHITTY CLEVELAND OHIO !!

  • x0t

    @ Dre

    if thats true then why are the very best basketball players arrogant jerks? By your logic the nicest people should win all the basketball games. lol. Rage and disdain for the opponent are what make a great baller.

  • Dagger

    Didn’t he say he’d remember the hatred? It’s obvious now how much more Lebron meant to the Cavs than vice-versa. Personally, I like this tweet.

  • sadeye2507

    I thought the Cavs had the 3rd and 4th qtr to play still! Oh anyway they can only go up from here right Dan Gilbert?

  • Dre

    It always comes back… just because they win games doesn’t mean that they don’t get it back for the wrong they have done… we always get it back. It could strike back in other aspects of our life.

  • Claw

    @Quitness – can you guys even fill an arena with these guys playing? Seriously, is there a rule about standing up during games also, you get kicked out for cheering. I thought LA fans sucked.

    @Dagger – Lebron meant more to Cavs, no shit captain obvious. Personally you’re an idiot.

  • Dre

    A person can live to beat an opponent without hating them and be outstanding superstars. It’s called being a mature adult with depth and prioritizing things in your life.

  • kyballer

    I am not an LBJ fan nor do i care either way. However, you cannot fault him for making a strictly business decision. How he made the “decision” may have been in poor taste but business is business. There is no such thing as loyalty in pro sports. Owners will drop oyu as soon as they feel you are of no more use to them financially. Fans scream about loyalty not players and owners. It is all about the bottom line. LBJ owed Cleveland nothing. They got WAY more oput of that relationship than LBJ did. He would have gotten the same out of Memphis, Sac-Town, Philly or whomever landed his draft rights. I mean look at the “team” in Cleveland now…where do they see a “ship” with tthat talent even with LBJ? It WASN’T going to happen. I said from day one…”If LBJ stays in Cleveland he will be the perceived as the greatest to have never one a championship”. One man teams don’t get it done anymore in the L. You need a Robin with Batman…the sidekick who could carry a team on his own without the superstar. Who was his Robin? Get real get a life and understand Business is Business. If he had “decided” to come to your favorite franchise you would be all over him. And I am a Celtic’s fan.

  • Dre

    Claw, teams are meant to compliment stars but you still put good players around him. If you take Kobe off the lakers they will win many more games than the Cavs. The same with the Mavs and Dirk. This Cavs team is awful and they did not put good talent around him. People are upset because Lebron is correct and it hurts them that he is right.

  • Dre

    kyballer is absoluetly correct.

  • i am a witness

    i agree with kyballer 100%

  • i am a witness

    i also agree with dre 100%

  • http://writethefuture.tumblr.com Chris Wise

    swagger walk from LeBron

    he wins. cavs lose. again and again and again.

    all he’s done is expose the shitty ass supporting cast he was supposed to take to the promised land..

    franchise deserves to be mired in despair..they had a diamond mine and instead of profiteering like kings, they just allowed it to blow up

    and want to blame it on the diamonds..no jackass (Dan Gilbert)

    IT’S YOUR FAULT

  • Claw

    Lebron can go, that’s fine. Don’t make a charade, Bosh and Wade making a documentary and Lebron having “meetings”. They all knew where they were going instead of acting like they needed all these teams to show them love why not just come out and make the move not drag it out.

    Then don’t go on national TV and shit on the City where you grew up and continue to shit on them. Also after winning two NBA MVPs go to a team and be 2nd fiddle because its easier and you want to play with your boys. There he just gave up his legacy, no matter how many or even if he wins a ring.

    I’m not used to seeing competitive players give up because its hard and go play with their competition to form their “superfriend” team. You can have your fans loving the move but I think it was a joke an easy way out and will ruin the NBA in the long run. That is today’s player so it is what it is, doesn’t mean I have to like it.

  • DPAK69

    Lebrons a B**** for life, pathetic.

  • i am a witness

    claw are you from cleveland? because you seemed ver passionate in your last post lol just askin buddy?

  • Mtx

    Karma ain’t a bitch. Lebron is a bitch.

  • finkelray

    Lebrons a fuckin queer, his crackhead mom is probly the reason he left Cleveland because she was fuckin Delonte West.

  • i am a witness

    my thing is this people hate and talk shit about the decision and this and that blah blah blah. Firstly the media and everybody else hyped up this whole thing by deeming it the “SUMMER of LEBRON” and not Lebron himself. He clearly stated out of respect for CLEVELAND and his teeamates at the beginning of last season that he was not going to talk about his free agency until the end of the season out of respect! So dont blame the decision because no matter how he announced it he would have been hated on. The point is clear that “HE LEFT” and thats what stings not the decision itself. So dont buy into this ” Its okay to leave, but how you did it LEBRON BULLSHIT”! He was the biggest FREE AGENT in NBA HISTORY! If lebron had tweeted that he was leaving cleveland they would have called him a coward that he had to “tweet it” and he was not MAN enough lol so please dont buy into all of the nonsense. SO GET OVER IT CLEVELAND ( and all those shitty fans in portland, memphis, charlotte, atlanta, etc etc who had nothing at all ever to do with LEBRON) who BOO the guy and give him a hard time for nothing.

  • finkelray

    Im from Akron and live in Akron, and I personally know more than one person who ran up in his momma for some rocks, shes a rock monster!

  • Claw

    @Quitness – I’m from Akron and Lebron was my guy but after that game 5 where it looked by his body language and play he quit and ripped off his jersey he was out.

    Then the meetings started and gave hope that he would stay and he pulls the decision. I could have seen Chitown if he wanted to win or NY if he wanted to start over in a big market but Miami?

    If you want to mentioned as the greatest why would you go to a team that already has an established MVP type player in Wade. Didn’t get it, couldn’t understand it if you are an ultracompetitive player how that happens.

    I think he just wants it like high school. Play with his friends have fun and not get caught up in trying to build something where it is hard and not easy. Makes his life much easier, just wouldn’t think that he would still have a high school mentality at this level but he does and that is disappointing. The Melo thing now, and CP3 wanting to go to NY to form their superfriends. Just don’t get it.

    Reminds me of when you play pickup and a team tries to stack itself by waiting to play. I got beat by them and they lost a guy and wanted me to play with them. I said no, I don’t want to play with you I want to beat you. I guess that is just old school.

  • the truth

    hahahahaha that’s funny as hell. i’d probably do the same thing

  • zaque

    kyballer is right.
    let the guy take a shot. cleveland has been talking shit about him since the summer, while they ain’t shit without him.

  • i am a witness

    @CLAW .. u keep refering to me as quitness lol thas funny but anyway QUESTION would you rather be ROBERT HORRY or CHARLES BARKLEY rite now? honestly ? 7 rings to 0 rings ALL Im saying is the man wanted a better chance to win and ya cant hate on him for that……. it aint like he joined the LAKERS or the CELTICS so come on man! and 2ndly why all the hate on bron for playing out his contract and no hate for KOBe who bitched and moaned for a trade because his team sucked? U honestly gonna tell me now that if KOBE was a FREE AGENT in 2007 after another cut ass from the SUNS and 1st round playoff exit that he was going to STAY? lol Im just using that as an example

  • i am a witness

    ALSO people refered to bonafide stars LEADING teams?? they always had a LEGIT 2 man…… MAGIC was spoiled he came in the leage with KAREEM…. BIRD had parish and mchale….MIKE had PIPPEN…. BRON had………..(????? MO FUCKIN WILLIAMS lmao lmao lmao) come on man think about it……. you have a chance to play with DWAYNE WADE and C BOSH or MO WILLIAMS and ANDY VAREJO lolmaolmao Im sure u would pick bosh and d wade too…….. THATS LIKE U HAVE TO CHOOSE between ( HALLE BERRY and LISA RAYE) or ( WHOOPI GOLDBERG and the girl from PRECIOUS) COME ON MAN…..!!! lolmaolmao U GATTA B KIDDIN ME!!

  • JAY

    Delonte should tweet “I love your mom”

    Then Lebron fans would call him immature and everyone else could use the same excuse LBJ fans are using now….. “How do you know Delonte is talking about Lebron’s mom? It could be anyone’s mom.”

  • balllllin

    Acting like a CHILD. Grow up LeBron.

    I still see no RINGS on his fingers. Maybe he should wait until he does something. Despite the good games by Heat so far, he had better REGULAR seasons with the Cavs. PLAYOFFS are his weakness, because the nail biting child comes out when facing grown men.

  • Claw

    @Quitness – I’d rather be Charles Barkley, where is Horry working? He might be a DJ in LA or something, and I don’t remember Horry making the Dream Team that is considered the greatest team of all time or being mentioned as a greatest at his position.

    You telling me nobody wanted to play with Lebron? He didn’t have the ability to get anybody to play ball in Ctown? If you are Bosh or Boozer (bad example) you don’t want to play with Lebron? Please, to use your example, your hanging in Utah or Toronto and I tell you if you fly to Cleveland Halle Berry wants to bang you – you ain’t running like OJ through the airport?

    Lebron pulled the trigger on getting Shaq, Mo, and Jamison and management did what he wanted. That might have been their problem giving Lebron TOO much control.

  • balllllin

    Claw, I agree 100% and the SUPERFRIEND teams that are forming are VERY bad for league. These players are in PRIME of their careers, not at the end like the Celtics were. The NBA games are not as good this year, there are fewer teams that are talented and watching the same ones over and over crush teams is not interesting.

  • Mike Mihalow

    Do I need to point out the irony of this statement, or is it painfully obvious enough?
    Kudos to Dime for posting this. Usually they avoid anit-LeBron type news items.

  • Notorious

    Didnt see the need to stoop to Gilbert’s level with this tweet. Yes, Gilbert was in the wrong for his assinine letter after LBJ left, no arguing that. But I thought this was a chance for LBJ to take the high road, why pile on when the media was going to run with this beatdown anyways? Seems childish and immature to me, as did Gilbert’s letter. If we damn Gilbert than we need to damn LeBron for this too.

    I am with Claw on this one, like his line about Harvard problems and getting community college advice. Might be too kind though, seems more like elementary school advice, which has been par for the course in the LBJ camp.

  • http://www.remixcomic.com Nodizzel

    @Claw

    “I’m not used to seeing competitive players give up because its hard and go play with their competition to form their “superfriend” team.”

    Here’s a quick few.

    Kevin Garnett
    Charles Barkley
    Moses Malone
    Karl Malone
    Clyde Drexler
    Shaq
    Gary Payton

    Need I continue?

  • finkelray

    Lefag had Antwan Jamison, Mo Williams, Shaq, Varajo, come on man it aint like he had noboby, Gilbert tried to put a team together for him. he is the one who quit on us in the playoffs

  • Dre

    finkleray that is still his mother and u know what? She is a rockmonster with more money than u. Life’s a b___h as well as karma huh?

  • Dre

    U r probably a rockmonster as well if u kick it with people screwing crackheads.

  • Keegan

    atleast he’s taking that villain role seriously

  • Dre

    Claw in high school… those guys were his friends but they weren’t a team full of Mc Donalds All-Americans. Why would that be so easy? It is easy because he is a great player and they had good chemistry. I mean they were good players but they were not a bunch of great players. The Cavs team is showing that they have no kick and to me the team quit on Lebron and not him. They would pass the ball back to him like it was hot potato and not shoot the ball. That shows that they were scared to death.

  • Promoman

    LeBron’s full of shit. The Cavaliers didn’t do him wrong. The team was good enough for him to go to the NBA Finals, win consecutive MVPs, and have the league’s best record at the same time as the MVPs. LeBron left after he had them fire Mike Brown and Danny Ferry to appease him after fronting that those decisions would make him stay.

  • balllllin

    LeBron is hurting the people of Cleveland the most not Gilbert. Gilbert is not from Cleveland he only cares because of $$$. LeBron you WON, you left and went on to paradise while it is middle of winter in Cleveland weather and in sports. LeBron you broke up with the fans who worshiped you. Just realize when things sour the people who are your fans now won’t have your back like the people in Cleveland did after you never brought them a ring. And no I am not from Cleveland but I understand their POV.

  • balllllin

    LeBron is hurting the people of Cleveland the most not Gilbert. Gilbert is not from Cleveland he only cares because of $$$. LeBron you WON, you left and went on to paradise while it is middle of winter in Cleveland weather and in sports. LeBron you broke up with the fans who worshiped you. Just realize when things sour the people who are your fans now won’t have your back like the people in Cleveland did after you never brought them a ring. And no I am not from Cleveland but I understand their POV.

  • JAY

    Oh boy…. more of this questioning why people hate Lebron.

    To me, it’s simple… Lebron, Wade, Bosh disregarded the natural order of the NBA… GMs build the teams, and players play the game. Let’s go back to the argument between Krause and MJ… Krause argued that front offices build the championship teams, and MJ argued the players play on the court so it’s the players who build the championship teams.
    Those 3 players (LBJ, Wade, Bosh) built their own team and that fucked up the natural flow of player movement. Now, let’s get to the reason why Lebron is the most hated out of the 3 –> Wade is a quiet leader, Bosh is a B-side star but Lebron is the villain because he creates his own hype and loves every second of it like every birthday girl on My Sweet 16. The Decision wasn’t just about him announcing where he’s going to play… it represented a big middle finger to every other GM around the league. They knew where they were going to play in advance. It’s obvious. That show signified the official end of the era of the GM… when GMs built the teams. NOW, unless they address the issue in the next CBA Negotiations, we are in the era of the elite players having more power over their destiny than the GMs have in recruiting the elite players.

    Personally, I hate this new era… the era of the basketball divas. Lebron, via The Decision, represents this new era… so I’m a hater.
    The End.

  • Dre

    Jay, Delonte is with the Celtics now… duh!

  • leech

    The Cavs suck, but they didn’t lose just LeBron, they lost some other important pieces — Shaq, Big Z, Delonte — and couldn’t replace any of the talent.

  • JAY

    @Notorious RE: “Harvard problems and getting community college advice”
    I’m with Claw too but that line is from Jason Whitlock at SI.
    http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/danpatrick/blog/134221/index.html

  • JAY

    @Dre: SO?? West can’t talk about LBJ’s mom in Boston? Last I checked, Garnett was a Celtic too and he’s always talking about someone’s mom.

  • Dre

    ballin, Lebron is not from Cleveland he is from Akron. From what I understand from my family members from Akron is that Cleveland talked shit and looked down on people from Akron. Then Lebron came and they wanted to claim him and ride his jock. They are two-faced and crybabies. Charles Barkley joined Hakeem and Drexler to try to win a chip, KG said if he knew then what he knows now he would have left Minn a long time ago. Kobe was on his way to Dallas if La hadn’t made their moves and Kobe said loyalty is fine but it is all about winning. All this loyalty BS is crazy when the team and owners show no loyalty you want the player to? That is idiotic.

    Claw no legit player would choose to go to freaking Cleveland over those cities… are you serious?

  • JAY

    Great post leech. guys are crazy if they don’t think losing Shaq, Z and West means nothing. For sure they’d be a playoff team with those 3.

  • Dre

    Why would he… he has nothing to do with Cleveland. Did lebron say, that’s why you lost? He talked about mistreating someone. That could mean 10,000 other things. They burned his jerseys and talked crap.. .now they are looking stupid. They will continue to fall because they are pricks.

  • Dre

    Jason Whitlock… he is a shock writer who looks for controversy. People take Jason Whitlock seriously! LMAO!

  • Dre

    A playoff team with Shaq, Z, and Wrest. OMG, what damn game are these guys watching? LMAO!

    Those 3 would give them 4 more wins at the most. Shaq to old… is effective in limited minutes, Big Z ditto, West look up inconsistent in the dictionary and see D. West there.

  • JAY

    @Dre: “Charles Barkley joined Hakeem and Drexler to try to win a chip.”
    He was in the twilight of his career, past his prime. He joined them only after trying to lead his team to the chip by himself(w/ KJ’s help). Guy’s like him love the challenge. LBJ? Gave up trying after he won the MVP. Next.

    “KG said if he knew then what he knows now he would have left Minn a long time ago.”
    Right… he said that in hindsight. Why didn’t he leave?? Because he was committed to his teammates and thought it was disrespectful to McHale who took him under his wing.

    Let’s see how this affects the player movement. They’re all going to be a bunch of bitches unhappy that they’re team is only 50-32, or even worse 62-20. Wah-wah-wah… National Bitch Association. Thanks Lebron.

  • JAY

    @Dre: “Charles Barkley joined Hakeem and Drexler to try to win a chip.”
    He was in the twilight of his career, past his prime. He joined them only after trying to lead his team to the chip by himself(w/ KJ’s help). Guy’s like him love the challenge. LBJ? Gave up trying after he won the MVP. Next.

    “KG said if he knew then what he knows now he would have left Minn a long time ago.”
    Right… he said that in hindsight. Why didn’t he leave?? Because he was committed to his teammates and thought it was disrespectful to McHale who took him under his wing.

    Let’s see how this affects the player movement. They’re all going to be a bunch of bitches unhappy that they’re team is only 50-32, or even worse 62-20. Wah-wah-wah… National Bitch Association. Thanks Lebron.

  • i am a witness

    D WADE and C BOSH( HALLE BERRY and LISA RAYE) or MO WILLIAMS and ANDY VAREJO( WHOOPI GOLDBERG and the girl from PRECIOUS)?? your pick fellas lol all urs!!!??

  • Dre

    Jay, let me clue you in on something. Players can’t build a team without GMs pulling the trigger. The GMs are the bosses nothing can be done without their approval. Players proposing guys they would like to play with is nothing new. It has been happening since the NBA started. GMs don’t pull the trigger on a deal that they do not like or feel comfortable with… believe it. Hate on… who give a crap. I hope it really is the end for that BS argument.

  • Claw

    Damn, we do need to stop I can’t shit done today.

    @NoDizzel – from your list pull out the one that had just one 2 straight MVPs before leaving – oh that’s right NONE. Most of those guys are on the downside of their career, hell I almost forgot about GP and Malone playing in LA.

    @Dre – I don’t think you have family in Akron, that is BS, Ctown is only 30 minutes from Akron (good traffic) and there is no “rivalry”, BS.

    Kobe wasn’t going to Dallas or Clips, he did it to get what he wanted and it worked. Bron is the one that pulled for the trades to get those guys, they gave him too much power.

    @JAY – Damn straight, Whitlock said that on the DP Show, I was dying. He wrote a good article on it.

    @Dre – People in Ctown might not be a mecca of entertainment but the fans support their team and are passionate. How do you not sell all your games out since those guys got there? Every time a game is on TV I think everybody is zoned out on drugs or texting. Those have to be some of the most complacent fans. Ask any one of them who the starting center is and I bet they say Ronny Seikaly.

    Also Delonte banging his mom didn’t help out either.

  • Dre

    Barkely was still putting up big numbers when he got to Houston. Let’s kick the facts here… when he left Phoenix he was averaging 23.3 pts a game and 11.6 rebs. When he got to Houston he averaged a double-double no less than 14.5 pts and 10.3 rebs. That was his lowest on a team with 2 of the 50 greatest players. Barkley had plenty in the tank then.

    KG said that in regret… you do understand that he regretted being so loyal because it wasted his good years on a team that didn’t give him the proper help. He regrets making a heart based decision over a smart sound business decision.

    The only point that I agree with is that it could affect player movement. Then again why blame LBJ, Wade, Bosh… why not blame KG, Allen and Pierce. As a matter of fact… lets blame Hakeem, Clyde, and Charles.

  • JAY

    @Dre: “A playoff team with Shaq, Z, and Wrest. OMG, what damn game are these guys watching? LMAO!”

    The Raptors, as SHITTY as they are, are only 2 games out of a playoff spot. You’re telling me with those 3, you don’t think they’d do MUCH better than the Craptors?!?

  • Claw

    @Post 73 by Dre – Got it wrong. Look up Delonte in the dictionary and there is a picture of him banging Lebron’s mom.

    That was a hanging curveball, I’m out on that one.

  • Dre

    Claw don’t call me a freaking liar… I do have family there. I don’t have to prove anything to you. I know what them and others have said. Akron and Cleveland are 2 different cities and Cleveland people have always let Akron people know that.

    Also, it is cool thatthey support your team but people want a city that has some things going for it. NY and Chi-town have bad weather but great entertainment, Miami… weather and entertainment. It is actually not a hard choice.

  • Claw

    Blame Hakeem (why?), Barkley, and Clyde, all these guys on the downside of their careers, great argument. NEXT

  • Dre

    R you sure it’s Lebron’s mom… look closely you might have she might look like you. I’m out.

  • Dre

    Why do you keep saying they are on the downside of their career… they still had great numbers when they played together… u better look up some stats partner and stop blabbing. You have no argument at all. The hate has blinded you to logic.

  • Dre

    Claw and other dudes talking shit about people’s mother and they would never have the heart to tell them to their face. I was saying look closely are you sure it’s Lebron’s mom? She might favor you a whole lot. lol peace

  • JAY

    @Dre: “Jay, let me clue you in on something. Players can’t build a team without GMs pulling the trigger. The GMs are the bosses nothing can be done without their approval.”
    So in your view the GMs still hold the power in player movement… smart guy, you are.

    “Hate on… who give a crap. I hope it really is the end for that BS argument.”
    What’s BS?? The players holding more weight in deciding their destiny?? Are you kidding?? Lol. You know what? Maybe you’re right. Maybe it HAS been this bad since the 80s. I guess even the middle tier guys were asking for trades back then too, like the TJ Fords of today. The power shift is all in my imagination. What was I thinking? Indeed, the players have no power.

    You are right.

  • Dre

    Hey genius did I say middle tier guys did it? Genius all of the examples I gave were hall of famers, superstars or top 50 best players. What do you mean this bad… it hasn’t gotten bad yet. Since KG, Allen, and Paul and the Miami 3 I haven’t heard of any other 3 player teaming up yet. Melo and Amare would be 2 but where is this great rush that you claim is going on now? Wow!

  • JAY

    @Dre: Fuck the numbers bro… did you watch Barkley’s career play out?? He was 3 steps slower then he was earlier in his career. Numbers don’t show everything bud. He was in his twilight no matter how good his numbers were.

    Example: Shaq was nowhere near his old self when he went to Miami. He averaged 22 and 10. Although his number were impressive, any fool who watched his career could see he was in his twilight. Not even close to the dominant center we saw in LA. Heck, even in Shaq’s last years in LA we could see him slowing down. So to sit there and argue that Barkley and Drexler were not on their downside is ridiculous. The numbers just show their still effective… it doesn’t show they cannot take over games anymore. You’d only know that if you watched them play.

  • Soopa

    Im slowly being to like lebron again. I love this bad guy-im out to get you-attitude. I hated him when he was all hugs-n-kissing with the Cleveland squard last season…

    And everyone is entitled to hate all they want, but lets not kid ourselves – Not matter how douche-like and immature he acts off the court, LeBron is the best player in the league and its not even close these days.

  • Dre

    Also Jay… tell me what deals a player can make without GMs pulling the trigger?

  • Dre

    Ok, Jay I will give you that they were on the downside of their careers. However that makes absolutely no difference in the BS “if you da man win it by yourself argument”. Especially since they were still better than 90% of the players in the league when they got together.

  • Dre

    Numbers don’t show everything… I agree bro but they show a lot. “Men lie, women lie, numbers don’t”.

  • Dre

    When Shaq was in Miami, he was still the most dominate force inside the paint even though he lost a step my friend. When Lebron got him he was beat up… just too many miles on the Diesel

  • Kobeeeee

    A lot of commetns on this topic so I could not read them all – but through such a small thing you can see how such a beta guy this Lebron is. He is like a girfriend who is not over it and still bitchin’ around. ALPHA guys would not even consider one second about this. Every second you devote yourself to negative thoughts takes away a moment to create happiness…

  • JAY

    @Dre: “What do you mean this bad… it hasn’t gotten bad yet.”
    TJ Ford demands to be traded on every team he’s been on.
    Turkoglu wanted out of Toronto, and eventually Phoenix.
    Rudy Fernandez, for fuck sakes, demanded a trade.
    Childress wanted out of ATL, and even signed to play overseas just to get the fuck outta ATL. The GM didn’t have to trade him but he wouldn’t have came back to Atl so holding onto his rights would have been a waste. Who had the power in that Childress case!! It wasn’t Atlanta.

    Shall I continue?!?

    I’m saying it’s “this bad” because even middle tier guys are demanding trades. Every player today thinks they have a right to play wherever they want. I don’t even list the top tier guys to prove my point. EVERYONE, from upper tier to shitty players are demanding trades. The players have the powere now. It’s been swinging towards their side for the last few years and this past off-season put the cap on it, for me.

    Stop trying to disprove my power-swing theory. It’s evident. It’s happening. It’s here. Deny it if you want. Josh Childress… that’s all I gotta say.

  • Dre

    Oh BTW, I watched them play Hakeem, Barkley, Or Clyde could still take over a game.

  • Claw

    I don’t know if I look as bad as Lebron’s mom but for being a dude I might be close. If you have family in Akron they would know that, not a rumor its just nasty.

    So in Philly Barkley was 23-15-5 in Houston at age 34, 15-12-3, but also only started 41 games.

    Clyde in Portland was 26-6-6 at age 34 in Houston was 18-6-6 so scoring dipped and his steals went down by 1.

    Hakeem 17-10-3 during the trios run was 24-13-2 as a young Hakeem.

    So if you consider being age 33-35 the height of their basketballs skill you would be right and would also believe Barry Bonds never touched steriods as he aged and got better.

    Enough numbers?

  • Dre

    You did take the fact that when they got together they were plaing with each other right. They are not going to all put up the same numbers. They are all on the same team Jay… there are not gonna be 3 people averaging 30 pts a game… come on. If you would read the other post I gave you that point about it being on the downside of their career however I stated that they were still better than most of the NBA. So in that respect it really didn’t matter, also that BS “if you da man you don’t need anyone else” argument won’t lead to any reason for anyone to leave and join with anyone other stars. So either you role with that argument or you don’t… you can’t pick and choose when to use it.

  • Dre

    People have always wanted to be traded when they felt that got a raw deal or they are not getting playing time. That is not new… I thought you were talking about all the stars trying to team up together. I don’t think the situations you named makes it bad… yet.

  • Dre

    You are making my own argument you blamed Lebron, Wade, and Bosh for this power shift when Josh Childress left a couple of years before this even happened. Josh Childress went to the damn Suns… that is no powershift. Players have always had the power to do what Josh did but none were ever brave enough. You make a decent argument about how the trend can start but as of now it’s not much more than what has been going on the past 10 years.

  • Dre

    Players have demenaded trades for years my friend…sorry.

  • Claw

    Again, see if you get this. Is age 33-35 at the height of your GAME. What player got better when they got older than 33? Name me one, hell name me one in any sport (except steroid area in baseball). Seriously, its called aging. Do I need to explain the aging process?

    I’m done, this is like talking to a rock.

    Haters hate the idea that Lebron gave up his Alpha status (good analogy Kobe) and formed a superteam and took the easy route and gave up on a legacy and that he crapped on ctown on the way out.

    LeFraud Lovers love that the guys is a great player and hey, he’s having fun and playing with Wade and Bosh is all good and its sunny right now in Miami and Gloria Estefan is on the radio (is that all the time?).

    I have to agree that I think Lebron likes the villan role, I think he’s embraced it. Great player just a complete idiot in dealing with life outside basketball. Welcome to the Age of Entitlement!

  • http://dynastybball.wordpress.com/ sean.dynastybball

    @dre

    Oh okay… now I see what you’re talking about on “smack”.

    To everyone that can’t stand stand her royal highness:

    I still say F Lebron… and have since ESPN was dick riding him when he was still in highschool. I’m not a new bandwagon hater quote/unquote either… I’m the president of the club since ‘o2… glad so many have been joining and see it my way now.

  • http://250aspirin.blogspot.com DJ Leon Smith

    The only problem here is LeBron is throwing ex-teammates under the bus. If he tweeted this when one of Dan Gilbert’s companies failed, fine. But he did it just after Sideshow Bob went out with a season ending injury and his former soldiers suffered a humiliating loss. He’s got no class and is a front-running douchebag. No matter how many rings he wins he’s a sidekick who’ll never sniff the Jordan/Bird/Magic/Kobe level of success.

  • Fallinup

    bron should focus on his team. Taking pot shots at another team while they are obviously down is just plain classless. There ain’t no defending that… And if you are, then maybe you need to look up what maturity really means.

    I’m sure his ex teammates are already feeling real good right now… Regardless of bron rubbing it in on them.

  • http://dynastybball.wordpress.com/ sean.dynastybball

    And of course I would never say anything like that to the 6 foot 8 250 pounder if I met him in person… instead I’d ask him one question…

    Me: LeBron how did you feel when Vanity Fair chose to have you and Gisele juxtaposed on their cover in an homage to ’05 King Kong film?

    To which he would respond…

    LeBron: Uhhh juxta what?

  • Ekstor

    Barkley was once asked about his years with Hakeem and Pippen and said that they didn’t win b/c by that time they were all too old.

    As for this whole GM vs player dispute on who pulls trades, GMs are always there, but bigger name players pretty much dictate where they want to go nowadays. LeBron could have gone anywhere this past summer… not a single GM would have turned him down (though not everyone had the cash). It was 100% LeBron’s choice. Riley is just a figurehead in that case.

    The same could be said for DWade and Bosh… the only teams that would have turned them down were the ones trying to get LeBron.

  • JAY

    @Dre: This is my last post here… I’ll leave with quotes from prior posts…

    “Dre: You are making my own argument you blamed Lebron, Wade, and Bosh for this power shift when Josh Childress left a couple of years before this even happened. Josh Childress went to the damn Suns… that is no powershift. Players have always had the power to do what Josh did but none were ever brave enough. You make a decent argument about how the trend can start but as of now it’s not much more than what has been going on the past 10 years.”

    “JAY: Every player today thinks they have a right to play wherever they want. I don’t even have to list the top tier guys to prove my point. EVERYONE, from upper tier to shitty players are demanding trades. The players have the power now. It’s been swinging towards their side for the last few years and this past off-season put the cap on it.”

    Again… let me reiterate to respond to your post… IT’S BEEN HAPPENING FOR A FEW YEARS AND THIS OFF-SEASON (THE DECISION) PUT A CAP ON IT.

    JAY: “Lebron, via The Decision, represents this new era… so I’m a hater.”

    Claw: “I’m done, this is like talking to a rock.”

    JAY: “Josh Childress… that’s all I gotta say.”

  • DSwyn24

    @ JAY,

    I wouldn’t wish for injury for any player. Would you like to blow out a knee if its’ a way to your daily bread? Also, so what if players have power to get onto different teams? KG wasted half his prime that also “tried” to build talent around him, changed teams ( and marked agency in the process by signing an extension with the new team) and won a chip with two-other all-stars. As the nets (or grizzlies, Twolves, and arguably the Knicks, to name a few, can attest), some GM’s are more harmful than helpful. The Cavs could have pulled the trigger for Amare, and instead… settled for over-the-hill Antawn Jamison. Did Lebron sign off on that? In a business, don’t you want to decide where YOU work? then why should these guys be able to?

    @Claw, your old Cav Shaq jumped from what appeared to be a winning situation in Orlando to go to LA. Who’s cursing him out now between his four rings? The Uber rich DeVos family?

    I’m not a heat fan, or a Lebron Fan for that matter. In fact, I was quite furious when Lebron said he’d “take his talents to south beach”, and thought he was a quitter. But on a team with no draft picks, in a city with no resources to attract other players (neither weather nor entertainment), where he probably didn’t have tons of fond memories prior to becoming a giant basketball superstar (and money machine) what would have been the point of staying? there’s determination and then there’s stupidity. If his career ended ringless in Cleveland, what would you say? Ask people in New York, Phoenix, and Utah what there’s to say about Ewing, Barkley, Stockton, and Malone.

  • Jay

    Karmas a Bitch huh? What did your former teammates ever do to you to wish such humiliation on them.

    LEBRON IS THE REAL BITCH HERE

  • DSwyn24

    Also, I think he might have been referring to Dan Gilbert, not the actual players. Not the most mature thing, but he didn’t wish bad on anyone to my recollection. So why is karma waiting for him?

  • DZ

    why so much hate people? he can say whatever he wants, just like any other human on planet earth, so stop this bullshi*tin!

  • egypt

    @Jay…. because you know the cav’s players personally…

    Its a business… its that simple…

    claw talks about being “old school”… its funny, thats where “superteams” were invented… you forget about the 80′s?? Pistons, Lakers, Celtics… celtics at one point had over 8 hall of famers on the same team…

    claw… lebron is still the alpha male, if wade and bosh came to miami would lebron be a “second fiddle”? No… and same holds true for miami… just because the jersey changed doesnt mean he still doesn’t run the show…

    claw… you’re a bitter bball fan from cleveland… the reason why you get angrier by the day is because…well, lebron was right… if the cav’s organization wanted to prove him wrong then you’d be somewhere around the #1 spot in the eastern conference…

    case in point, its a business… you bitter cav fans are living in a fantasy world… time to grow up, you never “owned” anyone… he had no loyalty to a city he didnt come from…theres no loyalty in the business world

    you play basketball to win… he failed time and time again as a cav… time to go win where you have the best opportunity… he didnt quit, he still runs the show and well… looks like someone made the correct business decision… whats the cavs record again?? For years you’ve been exclaiming that your supporting cast is good… good shit now you get to see them play more minutes so enjoy that

    miami has great weather and quality of life… that just fuels your unreasonable hatred for him… if he went to milwaukee then cav fans would have been whining, “bbbububuut cleveland has more to do than milwaukee, why would he leave??” ironic much??

    bitter cav fans are bitter…. karma is a bitch haha

    Im a kings fan by the way… your entire fan base looks pathetic…

  • WinDelRoj

    So the hate here is that Lebron wanted to play with some superstar talent… As opposed to riding out his career with a bunch of guys that can only win 12 games without him, for 10-12 years (assuming he didnt get hurt and then traded/paycut) and maybe chase a ring in the twilight of his career? Magic was drafted into a great situation, Kobe didnt have to lead a team right away, Barkley came into the league on a team that was a year removed from WINNING a title… the way dude left sucks but people got to chill with saying he wasnt up to the challenge, 2 MVPs and all.

  • jerkishbehavior.com

    Its amazing to me, how the cavs get blown out by 55pts and they become the victim and lebron is a douche for pointing out the obvious aka they f’n suck. You’d have to be moron to think lebron made a bad decision by leaving and clearly he took that team way farther than any man could. And who cares if he dumped then broads on national tv, get over it. Respect and appreciate his greatness. Need 2 clear as day examples, cle b4 and after….mia b4 and after

    If lebron never played for the cavs no wonder would be giving 2shits about them at any pt in history, he made them revelevant now there back to oblivion where they belong…special shout out the genius mastermind dan gilbert

  • http://mariannecarter.co.cc/ Marianne Carter

    Barkley was once asked about his years with Hakeem and Pippen and said that they didn’t win b/c by that time they were all too old. As for this whole GM vs player dispute on who pulls trades, GMs are always there, but bigger name players pretty much dictate where they want to go nowadays. LeBron could have gone anywhere this past summer… not a single GM would have turned him down (though not everyone had the cash). It was 100% LeBron’s choice. Riley is just a figurehead in that case. The same could be said for DWade and Bosh… the only teams that would have turned them down were the ones trying to get LeBron.

  • yourdribbleizcookiez

    I’m not sure what Lebitchin’ feels the need to twitter about… he got the star supporting cast he wanted.. he lives in a beautiful city facing the ocean, with beautiful women, and millions of dollars to blow.. what you mad bout son?

    He really wants karma? Wait until the Celtics or Magic sees him (again) in the playoffs. Enjoy the pleasant Miami weather to cushion another early exit.

  • Claw

    @egypt – You really that clueless? Slam the Cavs, where are the Heat if they didn’t get the “superfriends”? Seriously, do you even know what you are talking about?

    Do you understand that in the 80s there were less teams and more superstars on each team, if you took the league today and cut it in half how many superstars would be on a team. Damn, need to teach a NBA 101 class.

    You act like Cleveland barely made the playoffs last year, didn’t they have the best record? Right now Lebron hasn’t done anything different than he was with Cleveland, hell the Heat don’t even have the best record.

    Anybody that has been a Heat fan for more than a month want to tell everybody whose team it is?

  • Claw

    Kings fan, well at least you have all the years of mediocrity to fall back on.

  • jdizzle

    If LeBron were to say, “I know its rough but hang in there guys”, everybody would have been saying that he doesn’t really mean it and he’s a douche and all this other shit. I think LeBron finally realized that no matter what he says or does people are gonna hate and criticize him for it, so he figures if he’s gonna catch hate anyway it might as well be for something that’s worth being hated for.

  • TRUTHHURTZ216

    It’s funny how a lot of idiots with no knowledge of basketball who are just casual “go with the poplular team or guy” fans have stupid things to say about Lebron. I’m from Cleveland and the fans here are classless fools just like that count dracula looking dueschbag Dilbert.. Lebron was correct in what he tweeted. Did he need to tweet that?? Probably not. But, it was true and you Lebron haters and Cleveland fans will never have anything good happen to you because of your unwavering misplaced anger. Karma always finds its way back to those who act ignorant and have no respect for anyone. That’s a life lesson not just something an athlete would say. It was truly disgusting to see grown people crying and whining about him leaving with their children right beside them… Over a basketball game or player. Nice…. A 25 year old kid that has won absolutely nothing since playing here.. What’s the problem?? I would love for him to get a ring THIS YEAR and really close the coffin on you Lebron haters and morons of Cleveland who can’t let it go… The bad ownership and bad “decisions” were here long before Lebron was born… You need to focus on an owner who talked all that crap after he left and has done absolutely nothing to improve the team… Pre and Post Lebron.. Talk about win a championship before Lebron? Maybe the lottery championship… Dilbert is a joke and acted like a 5 year old kid who’s toy got taken away.. He knew he was gonna lose money and more importantly was gonna have to actually work at building a team, so he lost control and tried to gain it back by bashing the guy who made him a lot of money and get these pitiful fans in this city on his side… Great Job… And, nobody says anything about a hometown Pittsburgh guy who’s favorite NFL team is the Steelers who is on sports talk radio talking about the Browns and their decisions and who they should hire and anything else involving Cleveland or the Browns. Why aren’t people up in arms over that idiot?? Because they are cowards and they pick and choose what they want to address… Guy was here 7yrs. with what you saw last night garbage around him. Injuries or not. With all that said, let it go… Everytime you say something and wish bad things on him the Heat win and Cleveland looks worse and more pathetic every time. Team and City alike.. Think about it losers!!!

  • Claw

    I think he’s embraced the villian role. He can act like a douche and not care, I think its liberating for him. I’m not being sarcastic, I think he’s done better in this role, I think he is acting more like himself.

    He is the Yankees, you either love them or hate em, but the Yankees do have championships and he doesn’t. That’s a big difference.

  • K Dizzle

    Karma is talkin shit on your old squad then gettin beat by the Clippers…..

  • Claw

    @K Dizzle – That karma is a bitch, just like Lebron

  • egypt

    your misplaced sense of ownership in a grown man who made a personal business decision for him and his family who was born and raised in another city is a bitch…

    and ya the kings are mediocre but the decisions any of those players, those grown men make doesn’t and will never emotionally control my life to the point where i develop a hatred because i was delusional enough to think he owed me something

  • egypt

    Claw maybe you should consider taking your talents to south beach… unless you think that would betray your entire city…na you should stay, you have morals… only evil people move….yup

  • Dre

    Jay… u r the damn rock and u must be a kid. Players have been feeling the same way since basketball. I have been watching basketball for years and have been hearing player b___h and moan for years. To blame this on Lebron is totally idiotic. U definitely have empty space upstairs if u don’t know that.

  • Dre

    KDizzle… news flash… the Clippers are pretty good this year. Karma is not losing by 50 pts to anyone on the face of the planet.

  • Dre

    TRUTHHURTZ216 It’s funny how a lot of idiots with no knowledge of basketball who are just casual “go with the poplular team or guy” fans have stupid things to say about Lebron. I’m from Cleveland and the fans here are classless fools just like that count dracula looking dueschbag Dilbert.. Lebron was correct in what he tweeted. Did he need to tweet that?? Probably not. But, it was true and you Lebron haters and Cleveland fans will never have anything good happen to you because of your unwavering misplaced anger. Karma always finds its way back to those who act ignorant and have no respect for anyone. That’s a life lesson not just something an athlete would say. It was truly disgusting to see grown people crying and whining about him leaving with their children right beside them… Over a basketball game or player. Nice…. A 25 year old kid that has won absolutely nothing since playing here.. What’s the problem?? I would love for him to get a ring THIS YEAR and really close the coffin on you Lebron haters and morons of Cleveland who can’t let it go… The bad ownership and bad “decisions” were here long before Lebron was born… You need to focus on an owner who talked all that crap after he left and has done absolutely nothing to improve the team… Pre and Post Lebron.. Talk about win a championship before Lebron? Maybe the lottery championship… Dilbert is a joke and acted like a 5 year old kid who’s toy got taken away.. He knew he was gonna lose money and more importantly was gonna have to actually work at building a team, so he lost control and tried to gain it back by bashing the guy who made him a lot of money and get these pitiful fans in this city on his side… Great Job… And, nobody says anything about a hometown Pittsburgh guy who’s favorite NFL team is the Steelers who is on sports talk radio talking about the Browns and their decisions and who they should hire and anything else involving Cleveland or the Browns. Why aren’t people up in arms over that idiot?? Because they are cowards and they pick and choose what they want to address… Guy was here 7yrs. with what you saw last night garbage around him. Injuries or not. With all that said, let it go… Everytime you say something and wish bad things on him the Heat win and Cleveland looks worse and more pathetic every time. Team and City alike.. Think about it losers!!!

    TRUTHHURTZ216 thank you for those comments. It is very much needed.

  • Dre

    seandynastyball, I used to feel the exact same way about him in high school but after watching this dude play I had sense enough to know he is the Real Deal.

    If you wouldn’t step to him and ask him about his mom cause u a wuss then u wouldn’t ask him about the King Kong pose. It is fitting because he is freaking King Kong in the NBA. He wouldn’t say anything when you asked him. He would reach out his money pull out your years salary and slap you in the face with it. Merry Christmas B___hes! LOL!

  • Dre

    Idiot Haters is comparing the Heats loss to the Clippers this year to a 50 pt loss to anyone. LOL!!! Idiots!

  • Larry

    “Karma” may be a b****. And so is pay back. And that’s what LBJ is getting; some payback. He has feelings just like everyone else. Those people in Cleveland are the idiots. I didn’t like how LeBron handled the whole thing, with “The Decision”, like he was running for King of The World (no pun intended). I think he conducted himself foolishly in this regard. But he’s a professional ball player. He has to look out for himself, and he believes that he made the right decision in joining the Heat. Done. Move on.

  • finkelray

    hey Dre delonte is probly doin ur momma to! and i dont care if that rock monster has more money than me atleast my knees are clean, how bout yours asshole!

  • finkelray

    Yes karma is a bitch when u lose to the clippers and sprain ur ankle. ha ha fuckin karma, hey and who the clippers got besides blake griffin? guess lebron should have got him to come to the heat also.

  • Dre

    finkelray is a bitch… he is an internet gangsta that wouldn’t dare try to contact me to say that live. I promise u that. I’m doing your mom’s right now… now get off the computer and clean your room punk.

  • Dre

    They got Baron Davis punk and Ed Gordan… u don’t know $#!@ about basketball. give yo mama. my love finkleray… sorry I already did.

  • Dre

    If you want to contact me and say it… here is my e-mail address the_wb91@hotmail.com I will give u numbers, addresses, anything u need to tell me that live. These internet gangstas kill me but I will call your bluff.

  • Claw

    @egypt – I work in Scottsdale, AZ but I’m not building a legacy. I’m golfing 18 on Friday.

  • JAY

    I’d love to have your address

  • Claw

    @JAY – Summers are HOT, but hell I don’t have to use a cassette or CD case to scrap off the ice on the windshield!

  • egypt

    this legacy stuff is media generated and completely irrelevant…like if i said you ruined yours by leaving cleveland to work in arizona…i mean they have golf courses in ohio…. makes just as much sense

    lebron isnt mad at you for leaving now is he? your a grown man… so is he

  • Claw

    I’ll have to remember if I held a press conference to announce I was going to Arizona and diss my previous employer because their numbers are down.

    I’m a grown man, too bad Lebron hasn’t grown up yet.

    So I gotta hear how you are spinning Lebron now saying he didn’t send the text that he sent, just forwarded it. Continue to make excuses for him, don’t deal with the problem. Grown ups acknowledge mistakes and learn, not continue to make them. Right? Or are you not grown yet?

  • egypt

    So its the press conference that you’re mad at now cuz you change the direction of your hate with every new post… What is your argument based on? a press conference?? haha okay then…

    How hasn’t he grown up yet? He actually admitted the decision was a mistake in hindsight… theres your acknowledgment

    Whats wrong with him tweeting that?? Whats so bad about it?? Was he lying?? How about your favorite team joins the 2010/2011 nba season already and then lebron and the rest of the world wouldn’t have the opportunity to voice their opinion on the 3rd worst loss in the history of the nba haha its not his fault your cavs decided to not show up against the lakers… You should focus your hate towards the cleveland organization…

    then again i guess it makes you feel better to blame everything on lebron for whatever reason… im not sure why wishing bad on someone else makes people feel better about themselves… why cant cav fans just appreciate the guy for giving them what he had when he was there?? why wish bad upon him? it just doesnt make much sense to me as a grown man… a teenager might have this misguided perception of loyalty just how they idolize these players as rolemodels at such a young age… but not a grown man such as yourself… its a business, he owes you nothing, you owe him nothing

  • Claw

    What the hell you talking about he said it was a mistake? You make up stuff now? On TNT he said he would do nothing different, so now you are talking for him. So you and Lebron now hang out and part of his high school career advice givers. Sounds like you do have the qualifications. Make sure Bron is never wrong, never admits mistakes, never does anything wrong, is always right.

    Dude you are in!

    I hope you haven’t taken any community college courses or you might be overqualified.

  • egypt

    They, and by they I mean him and Carter said, “It could have been handled better”

    That TNT interview that you are referencing, specifically that he would do nothing different, was when he mentioned the money he raised off it for wtv club he donated those millions to… i cant remember nor do i care…

    either way this is the root of all your hate?? this is it? the decision?? thats kinda depressing… he gave you what? 7 8 years of basketball?? you discredit and forget all of that for an ill-advised 60 minute program?? Did you even listen to anything after the south beach bit?? All he did was talk about how much he loved the cavs organization and the fans…

    your fanbase then decided to burn his jersey, talk about his mother, and wish bad upon a grown man that made a business decision…. ya man, good job…

    by the way its funny you discredit the advice he gets… how much money do you make in comparison? its silly the things people say about other grown ass men… get a life, its just sports

  • Dre

    Jay send me an e-mail and u can have my address too.

  • http://www.ngoogs.com n.googs

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  • Claw

    Its just sports? So you dating Lebron or something, why you on his jock like a school girl?

    Discredit the advice? R u flippin serious? Damn, with that much money wouldn’t you have speech writers and people that know their shit not your boys that got high school degrees. Its good to keep your friends but not have Yes men make your decisions.

    Then you bring up money, that’s your argument? What is value, yours is based on money or the person. I got a Wal-Mart greater busting on me about money, damn.

    Hopefully with money he gets a better financial advisor, maybe he can ask Pippen and Kareem for advice.

  • Claw

    Talk about his mom, Delonte banged his mom, why do you think he quit in the Celtic series? Its not a rumor, his mom is messed up and Delonte is right there with her, that dude is insane.

  • egypt

    what?? you’re having a conversation with yourself at this point… he won 2 back to back mvps… ya clearly he quit… as for your earlier suggestion that miami isnt his team… did you see last night’s game?? Any idea why they lost by 30??

    fyi, i dont even like lebron, but i despise people like yourself that talk about another grown man’s mother and then act like he has no class…. not sure why you think he owes you or the city of cleveland anything

    living life full of hatred isn’t that fun, still not sure why you would ever find solace in hating someone else for making a personal decision that has absolutely no effect on your life…

    move on… its just the nba

  • Dre

    egypt… exactly

  • Dre

    n.googs… great job… way to rep yo city!

  • finkelray

    dre is a 12 year old girl who just got her cherry popped!LMFAO

  • Claw

    dre and egypt need to hook up, their “points” are at the same level they don’t make sense.

    He won a regular season NBA MVP so that is why he didn’t quit on the team against the Cs in the playoffs? Do you even watch basketball?

  • egypt

    Lebron James game 6 vs the celtics:

    27 points

    10 assists

    19 rebounds

    If you consider that quitting because your whining owner said so then he was playing by himself that entire series because no one else on that roster nor in the league averaged those numbers…. so basically the entire nba quit before lebron did….

    You change your argument with every post… I’ve repeatedly asked you what your main issue with lebron is… you’ve yet to answer it…the closest you got was the decision… funny thing is, if he would have stayed you would be all up on his scrotum… you’re biased…. he only “quit” because he decided to not wear your favorite uniform the following season…

    he owes you nothing…. feel free to explain to me why lebron james owes his career to what a man that lives in arizona thinks he should do with his life?? What did you ever do for him exactly?

  • Claw

    Game 5: 3 of 14, 15-7-6 in Cleveland, Shaq led the team in scoring, yes that Shaq.

    Post#37 -
    Free Agency Charade
    Decision
    Going to Wade’s team
    Legacy is done

    I’ve been consistent, you are in every direction trying to make an argument that can’t be substantiated. Are you related to Lebron, you dating, having a bromance?

    DBD – Don’t Be Douche, see if you can hook up your boyfriend with a bracelet with that on it.

    Actually he should be a douche, embrace the villian role. Don’t be a bitch and say you didn’t really tweet the tweet you sent. Accept it, I said it, Dan Gilbert is an a**.

  • egypt

    Free agency isn’t Lebron’s fault… who made the cba?? who paved the way for free agents to have those demands? Who started handing out 6, 7 year deals and $120+million contracts??

    It’s not wade’s team… Did you not see what happened last night?? And for argument’s sake lets say it is Wade’s team… who honestly cares?? Why does that matter?

    Why does what you believe the word “legacy” means matter to how Lebron perceives it?? Again, its all personal opinion…

    The decision is the only thing I’d give people from Akron leeway on… that was definitely ill-advised for sure… but not enough to say the things you’ve said about him and his family… end of the day, its just sports… its not my life, nor yours…

    move on already, eventually cleveland will get another star… the bulls did… once kobe is done so will the lakeshow… who cares… its just sports… its not life for you or me

    all that bromance stuff is pretty immature of you… you’re a grown ass man dude haha… act like one… egypt out

  • Claw

    Seriously, does Lebron got a restraining order against you?

  • Dre

    Legacy is done… LOL… that’s idiotic. The more the team suffers with Lebron out the more it looks like he is the HNIC. He makes this Miami team go… wanting Lebron’s legacy to be done… is quite stupid. It ain’t happening… sorry. LOL!

  • Dre

    egypt u r exactly right about people with no class talking junk about his mom. Especially goes they r punks that would never do it to his face. This is a punk internet tough guy world we live in. That ain’t man code.