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Is anyone else more than sick of LeBron James?

July 8, 2010

First off, the man’s a pansy. Let’s recall this year, during the playoffs, he had an elbow injury, and played through it. Good for him. It’s the post season, it’s expected.

The extent he played up the fact that he’s injured was annoying. As an obviously pro-LeBron sports blogger from Cleveland, Cory Felegy, even states it himself:

He shot his final free throw left-handed and missed.
Just moments before, James hit a free throw shooting right-handed to put the Cavs up by four.

The issue here is that he started backpedaling and showboating as he shot the lefty throw, and then threw a little-league move. As soon as he saw he messed up, he immediately grasped his elbow, to show the injury. A built-in excuse. Winners don’t make excuses. Winners don’t point to their injuries. You all know how I feel about Ian Laperriere and other hockey players. Good, tough, winners. I’ll remind you again of when Lappy took a puck to the face… for the second time, and returned to the game that night

Injuries are a part of professional sports, and the best will look through over them.
Another hockey player, Eric Belanger, got hit in the head with a stick so hard, it knocked off his helmet. What did he do? He skated to the bench, pulled out his own tooth and kept playing.

So when Lebron said that the people of Cleveland watched him grow from an “18 year old boy to a 25 year old man” he should rethink what makes a man. Flopping and diving do not. Mr. Felegy again stated that

James does have a history of taking hard fouls, reacting like he just had a root canal, and then standing up as if nothing happened.

Let’s also think of the whole free-agency thing. He’s caught so much attention for this, it’s nearly unbelievable.  Tonight,  a week after free-agency began, he decided to make his decision where to play.  Instead of signing, moving down to wherever he may go, and going on with his life, he schedules an hour-long special on ESPN to announce it. The desire for attention is just…baffling. I blame any of you who’ve allowed him to do this,who’ve followed him like Moses through the desert.

I would also like to add a few things to the end here:
Rest in Peace, Robert Probert (1965-2010) Bob was an enforecer in the NHL, and I didn’t like him very much when he played, as it was always for the rivals of my Blues. Just another example of a man losing a fight with himself (had a lot of cocaine and alcohol issues, although he’s been clean for a long enough time) and dying way too young.

and whoever searched “Hartford Whalers WHA” to find my blog: During their stint in the WHA, the Whalers were not a Hartford team. They were the New England Whalers and played in Boston

3 Comments leave one →
  1. July 16, 2010 8:08 am

    I like this blog very much. Do you know any other sites related to this topic?

    • bleedblueandwhite permalink*
      July 18, 2010 11:21 pm

      I’m sure if you look nearly anywhere, you’ll find it. Maybe not of people bieng fed up with him, as I am, but look around!


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