Lebron James & Maverick Carter Play “Race” Card In Response To Critics of The Decision | BlackSportsOnline

Lebron James & Maverick Carter Play “Race” Card In Response To Critics of The Decision

by Robert Littal | Posted on Wednesday, September 29th, 2010
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You might find this hard to believe, but I am black.

This may shock Lebron and Maverick Carter, but I have been critical of Lebron not for going to Heat, but for some of the decisions leading up to his choice.

Amazingly I am not a critic of Lebron because he is black, but because sometimes he acts like the biggest baby on the planet from time to time.

Futhermore the majority of Lebron’s harshest critics are black, so unless I missed something and they have joined the tea party that is a just a pathetic attempt for sympathy.

There is not a more catered athlete on the planet by the media than Lebron James (Brett Favre begs to differ).  Even though he has zero rings, he has grown men calling him “King”. He had so much pull with the Cavs he was the De Facto coach and his posse were one of the most influential gang in Cleveland.

It is so easy for African-Americans when they are criticize to throw out the race card, but it is a slap in the face of real people who have to deal with true racism on a daily basis.  The media didn’t get on Lebron James because he is black, it is because he is “moist”.

It is because he walks around talking about having a “list” like a 12 year old who is going to tell the teacher who made fun of his Mach 5 Speed Racer receding hairline.

To go on CNN and with a straight face and throw out the race card to deflect attention from his bad decisions, just reinforces why Lebron was always destine to be a #2, but real Kings take responsibility for their own actions, not pass blame by going Jesse Jackson when it is convenient.

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