Earlier today, I heard someone say "f### LeBron."
I don't understand this mentality.
Why? Because he's a good role model? How many times have you heard of LeBron James getting arrested?
Because he's one of the most unselfish players in the NBA? That's a double edged sword. If he takes the last shot and misses, he's a choke artist. But if he doesn't, he's scared? How is that fair?
Because he is genuinely a good guy? Because he is one of the few elite guys that isn't completely arrogant and full of himself?
And yet, everyone hates him. I don't get it.
Or does everyone just not have a reason and are all just jumping on the bandwagon?
Please don't tell me it was "the decision". It was a mistake on his part, but a mistake that ESPN pushed him to do. He should have said no, but didn't. Oh well. He put his heart and soul into Cleveland and Cleveland didn't give him anything in return. They didn't care enough about winning to get him some help. So he left and found some. Can't blame the guy for that.
Sorry...had to get that out.