NBA  > General NBA  > LeBron James quote: "I went back to my Cleveland days".......ASIF!!!
June 1, 2013, 01:01 AM
Are you kidding me!

Does LeBron remember the playoffs with Cleveland when the Spurs got the BROOM out and performed a "clean sweep" on him.

Mr. LeBron should remember that his days in Cleveland were full of doubts about his ability to hit the big shot.

That quote would of been appropriate if he would of missed a few shots in the last minutes of the game or -as he did a few games ago- turn the ball over a few times, that by the way cost his team the game.

That would of been LIKE HIS CLEVELAND DAYS.

So please Mr. LeBron! Most of your fans don't want you to go back to your -Cleveland days-. They were not all that good.

Actually is probably not a good idea for Mr. James to mention Cleveland, there is a risk of opening up old wounds. Just saying.

Enough said.
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June 2, 2013  08:20 PM ET

I just think that Lebron should know that a team game can't be won by one. It should be a team effort. Stop the blaming Mr. Lebron, work it out with your team mates. Be a leader as you mentioned in your interview.

A team leader doesn't go out and point fingers, they lead. Likewise, share ball, move it around and stop making jump shots. Get down on the posts and show them who you are, the "KING".

I know MIAMI will win tomorrow and that is because the team - everyone will show up, MIAMI pride.

ENOUGH SAID

 
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