Thursday, July 28, 2011

LeBron James vs. Kobe Bryant: Why We May Have Dismissed Kobe’s Accolades Too Soon

As the Miami Heat’s hopes of beating the Dallas Mavericks in the 2011 NBA Finals came to a whimpering end on Sunday, even long before the final buzzer, there was but one question that seemed to stick in our nation’s collective conscience of sports: What does this mean for Lebron James?

James, you may recall, had himself a bit of fun last summer at the expense of the Cleveland Cavaliers fans who so adored him, dragging the team executives through the sludge of an exorbitantly drawn-out courtship period of free agency after which he decided to take his talents to South Beach as announced in the most obnoxious sports television special of all-time.

Wheww! So you’re saying you have issues with Lebron then, the self-proclaimed King of the NBA?

A lot of arguments why they called Bron as the ‘King’, people may not agree with it but there are more people who believed that Lebron is such an exceptional player and it would make a decade to have another player like him… So I may say he is the ‘King’ of Basketball of his era.

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