Lebron James “On The Fence” About Competing on the Dunk Contest
Lebron in the Dunk Contest = Mayweather vs. Pacquiao.
It isn’t happening.
‘I have thought about it before and a few times in the past I kind of had an ankle injury that kind of kept me out of it and a couple of times I was just like, ‘You know what, I’m going to go in here and rest my legs for this weekend and then get back to the regular season,’ James said. ‘But, I mean, they say a lot of the greats have done it and I’ve watched it over the years.’ A lot of the greats — Michael Jordan, Julius Erving, Clyde Drexler — have, and All-Star talents Vince Carter, Dwight Howard and Blake Griffin have participated in recent years.
James even vowed to participate three years ago, then quietly backed out. ‘I don’t know, I’ll be on the fence every year about it,’ James said. ‘It’s always a fence year for me. I know they’re getting tired of me, though, so I’m not even going to start up nothing.
That is a nice way of saying he isn’t going to compete.
He can’t handle the slander if he lost, it would be swift and vicious.
Just concentrate on winning that title Bron.
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