I see you Lebron and I agree with you.
The Nike Commercial is awesome, that was a beautiful piece of work.
In the end doesn’t matter what I think (for the record I never had an issue with him taking his talents to South Beach), what Charles Barkley thinks, Cleveland thinks and etc.
What done is done.
Time to move on because now is when it gets interesting.
How does the most physically talented basketball player on the planet deals with the adversity, deals with the critics and deals with the being the Villian.
When the Bulls lost to the Pistons in Game 7 on the 1990 Eastern Conference Finals there was an article written about Michael Jordan stating he could never win a championship.
Many people believed that at the time.
People whispered no matter how talented Jordan was he would never be as great as Bird or Magic.
But Jordan’s book wasn’t closed and he had a few chapters to write.
Lebron James is 25 years old and yes Miami is Dwyane Wade’s town, but don’t get it twisted the person who will be most responsible for the success or failure of the Miami Heat is wearing #6.
Lebron has just given a big “FU” to all his critics, now he has to back it up on the court.
Will Lebron rise?
That is up for debate, but as Jay Z once said every King in the history has either been dethroned or murdered by someone close to him.
Hope Lebron is ready to go out on his sword, because true Kings will die for Rings.