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SoDak Bronco
07-09-2010, 01:28 PM
http://www.fathead.com/search-results/Lebron/

Dan Gilbert the Cav's owner and Fathead owner is selling Lebron Fatheads for 17.41...Get em' while they are hot!! haha What a pissy pants owner. I ordered one for my kids bedroom, I don't care that a FREE AGENT left his team. haha i think it's funny.

FYI he cut the price of James memorabilia to $17.41, echoing the year of Benedict Arnold’s birth.

Ramathorn
07-09-2010, 01:31 PM
that is too funny!

OBF1
07-09-2010, 02:00 PM
So, are you a Labron fan or a heat fan???

serious hops
07-09-2010, 02:15 PM
Gilbert should bone LeBron's mom.

OBF1
07-09-2010, 03:25 PM
Gilbert should bone LeBron's mom.

Why not... LBJ team mate(s) were/are ;D

oubronco
07-09-2010, 03:33 PM
That's Hilarious

broncosteven
07-09-2010, 03:36 PM
Stay Classy NBA

Taco John
07-09-2010, 04:09 PM
Lebron's a chump. Jordan didn't need to move around to find the right situation, and neither did Kobe. Lebron will always wear a stigma.

cutthemdown
07-09-2010, 04:27 PM
This is going to be fun to watch. If these 3 don't win it all surviving together will be tough. Kobe knows that pressure. He had to win it all without Shaq. He stayed and got it done. Lakers will have to re-tool some in the near future but this team still IMO will win it all next yr.

Jerry Curl
07-09-2010, 04:42 PM
Lebron's a chump. Jordan didn't need to move around to find the right situation, and neither did Kobe. Lebron will always wear a stigma.

They were also already in 2 of the biggest markets, that people wanted to play in/for. LBJ tried to win in Cleveland, the front office and the tool Dan Gilbert didn't help.

Kid A
07-09-2010, 05:00 PM
They were also already in 2 of the biggest markets, that people wanted to play in/for. LBJ tried to win in Cleveland, the front office and the tool Dan Gilbert didn't help.

Ultimately I agree he should have felt free to go where he wanted. And obviously the Miami situation gives him a great chance to win a lot.

That said, Cleveland was the best regular season team two years running, so he wasn't languishing on a hopeless team by any means. Sure it was never going to be as loaded a roster as Miami will be, but if he was strongly committed to the city he wouldn't have been crazy to stay.

broncosteven
07-09-2010, 07:20 PM
Lebron's a chump. Jordan didn't need to move around to find the right situation, and neither did Kobe. Lebron will always wear a stigma.

Jordan was a lot like Elway, he had awesome skills but still needed a complete team around him to win it all. Jordan didn't start winning until they got Pipen, the rebounder with the funny voice who became a coach somewhere (I am not a basketball fan I just lived here in Chitown during the 2 championships) and Rodman in the 2nd run. Plus the white outside shooters: Paxton in the 1st run and What's his name in the 2nd.

Jordan did just keep getting better and better at different things as his skills declined. Too bad he got caught betting or he could have had 8-9 in a row.

KipCorrington25
07-09-2010, 07:21 PM
This Gilbert guy is awesome, if I was a team owner I'd be the same way, pissed off, vindictive, talking ****, it's great.

epicSocialism4tw
07-09-2010, 07:24 PM
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SoDak Bronco
07-09-2010, 07:26 PM
Can you imagine any high profile FA wanting to sign with the Cav's now? You know Lebron and all his buddies will tell every one to **** them over and sign elsewhere.

Br0nc0Buster
07-09-2010, 07:37 PM
Lebron's a chump. Jordan didn't need to move around to find the right situation, and neither did Kobe. Lebron will always wear a stigma.

why move if your coach is Phil Jackson?

SportinOne
07-09-2010, 08:00 PM
Lebron's a chump. Jordan didn't need to move around to find the right situation, and neither did Kobe. Lebron will always wear a stigma.

They didn't have to. They both had A. Phil Jackson and B. a team committed to bringing in lots of talent.

i fail to understand the outrage over a player making a good decision.

epicSocialism4tw
07-09-2010, 08:03 PM
They didn't have to. They both had A. Phil Jackson and B. a team committed to bringing in lots of talent.

i fail to understand the outrage over a player making a good decision.

Because the decision may have been good for him, but it wasnt good for the people who paid his salary and rooted him on for years.

This kind of selfishness leaves a bad taste behind for a reason.

SportinOne
07-09-2010, 08:07 PM
Ultimately I agree he should have felt free to go where he wanted. And obviously the Miami situation gives him a great chance to win a lot.

That said, Cleveland was the best regular season team two years running, so he wasn't languishing on a hopeless team by any means. Sure it was never going to be as loaded a roster as Miami will be, but if he was strongly committed to the city he wouldn't have been crazy to stay.

They were the best team in the league because they had LEBRON JAMES. lol

Now that he's gone, i bet they don't win 30 games. It might not even be close.

Take Kobe off of the Lakers, they still win at least 40.
The Bulls nearly went all the way without Jordan.

Let's not forget, Kobe and Micheal are complete dickheads. Doesn't take away from their talent and success, probably adds to it, but Lebron seems like a nicer guy and has a much better sense of humor.

also, pretty pathetic showing by the owner if he were really being serious. but he's not.. it's a show. it's all his team has left before it slips over the edge and into an oceanic trench of irrelevance.

bye cleveland.

SportinOne
07-09-2010, 08:18 PM
Because the decision may have been good for him, but it wasnt good for the people who paid his salary and rooted him on for years.

This kind of selfishness leaves a bad taste behind for a reason.

if he had left only for more money, i could see the outrage. it's funny, though, that baseball players do this routinely ever year, for money, and everyone just expects it.

however, maybe the fact that he took less money is somewhat of a slap in the face to Cleveland?

Either way,this is like Cutler X Infinity. Cavs fans, if any are left in a year, will always swear that he isn't as good as everyone thinks he is and that it is addition by subtraction. AKA Scorned Girl Syndrome (SGS)

epicSocialism4tw
07-09-2010, 08:34 PM
if he had left only for more money, i could see the outrage. it's funny, though, that baseball players do this routinely ever year, for money, and everyone just expects it.

however, maybe the fact that he took less money is somewhat of a slap in the face to Cleveland?

Either way,this is like Cutler X Infinity. Cavs fans, if any are left in a year, will always swear that he isn't as good as everyone thinks he is and that it is addition by subtraction. AKA Scorned Girl Syndrome (SGS)

LeBron didnt just leave Cleveland. He didnt show the fans any respect. He could have made the decision public sooner and let Cleveland mgmt know, but instead he chose to drag them all along and then spit in their faces on national TV.

Not cool at all.

He acted with no grace, no class.

broncocalijohn
07-09-2010, 08:55 PM
I would buy up all the cheap LeBron gear on ebay or wherever and wear it next time your team ie. broncos plays the Cleveland team just to irk their fans. Nothing like Browns fans seeing everyone have a lebron jersey over their Broncos jersey.