Was this Cleveland's year? I don't think so. Yesterday might have been the worst day in Cavilier's history. What makes it worse is the performance Lebron Jame's as he most likely exits the city of Cleveland, Ohio.
In game 5 of the Boston-Cavilier series, Lebron showed he is also human, just like everybody else. He went a surprising 3-14 from the field and had a measley 15 points. Don't forget one of his 3 field goals was a run away dunk and most of his points were off points on the line.
Was this a peek into the future? Or was this a simple act of Lebron giving up on "his" team and "his" franchise?
In my opinion it was a little of both. Lebron is all about publicity. All he cares about is the "lights, camera, action." I'm guessing we have all heard one perspective after another about Lebron's elbow "injury." You have got to be kidding me. Can no one see past Lebron's "tricky" acts? One who falls into his trap, should leave this country and never come back.
Everyone knows that Lebron will most likely leave Cleveland and the Cav's in the near future. This years off season will be one of the most interesting off seasons in a long time. This is just another example of Lebron's attempt for more attention.
The moment I heard Lebron complaining about his elbow I started laughing and shaking my head. Unlike 50 percent of the fans I can see past his devious acts. In a sense Lebron is smart. I mean if I had the power to attract attention 24/7 I cannot honestly say that I wouldn't do the same. Lebron's acts may be his way to stardom but in the end Lebron is just another "Pre-Madonna."
Doctor's confirmed that Lebron's "injury" was basically minor to nothing on the pain level. I read a column on Yahoo New's recently and a writer noticed Lebron resting his elbow on the podium and I guess it didn't hurt at all. Like I said Lebron is only looking for more attention and more money.
Lebron does not have the right to do these types of things yet. "Until you win Lebron please just shut up and play."
Lebron has also been looking toward his business aspect of his future. He has been talking to billionaire's and his goal is to become the first sports billionaire, which has already been done. Shouldn't his first goal be to win a ring? In a true winners mind it would be.
All these examples show that Lebron at the end of the day is just another immature, attention deprived prima donna.