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Lebron James’ Flip Flop First Picks Ohio State Then Switches To Duke

by Robert Littal | Posted on Thursday, March 17th, 2011
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It appears that Lebron has a problem with “Decisions”.

I think people are blowing this out of proportion— how many of us flip flop our brackets at the last minute?  The fact that Lebron is on record saying he was going to pick the Buckeyes and switched to Duke has a few people a bit salty.

“We’ve got the No. 1 overall seed in the whole thing,” James said, referring to Ohio State. “So I’m looking forward to it.”

Maybe Lebron thought Duke was the overall top seed. The conspiracy theorists are saying he did that just to take another jab at the state of Ohio— but I think it is just James not knowing what was going on or changing his mind.

I don’t think it is really that serious. I find it humorous that people are  actually upset about this— just drink a Capri Sun and worry about your own 17 brackets.

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  1. HoustonDiva says:

    The people in arms over LeBrons's brackets need some serious help.

  2. Daniel says:

    He found out in time that Kyrie Irving is going to be playing.

  3. @sc2seven says:

    RT @BlkSportsOnline: BSO Post: Lebron James' Flip Flop First Picks Ohio State Then Switches To Duke http://bit.ly/g4FEQQ » Of course he did

  4. Natasia says:

    People need to get a life. How many times do people flip flop on life decisions everyday? To many to count. Focus on something more important than Lebron.

  5. Brett says:

    He also put Louisville in his final 4, so good now he wont jinx OSU.

  6. RT @BlkSportsOnline: BSO Post: Lebron James’ Flip Flop First Picks Ohio State Then Switches To Duke http://bit.ly/gDfszD

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