LeBron’s statement is telling us something

Posted: February 17, 2012 by vindanton in Pro Sports

By: Vin D’Anton

 After “The Decision” and Cleveland Cavaliers owner Dan Gilbert referring to him as Benedict Arnold, Miami Heat superstar LeBron Raymone James can see himself in a Cavaliers uniform again.

“I think it would be great, it would be fun to play in front of those fans again,” James said after the Heat’s practice Thursday.

Oh boy.

“I had a lot of fun times there. You can’t predict the future. Hopefully you continue to stay healthy. I’m here as a Miami player and I’m happy where I am now but I don’t rule that out in any sense. If I decide to come back, hopefully the fans will accept me.”

First off, if he were to go back, I think it would be one of the most beautiful things we’ve ever seen in sports. How could someone not be happy if he goes back?

And Cleveland would take him back because their last professional sports franchise to win a championship was the Indians in 1948…and with Kyrie Irving and other young guys, wouldn’t it work?

What LeBron said proves one thing that his haters and lovers all know to be true…he is still a child. He has never grown up mentally.

He was the king of all High School athletes in America when he was at St. Vincent –St. Mary High School in Akron, Ohio and then was drafted by the hometown Cavaliers. Ohio was his personal kingdom.

He never went to college, never matured as an athlete or human being. It is sad because something is mentally wrong here.

You get the sense that LeBron misses his home, misses his family and misses the thrill of his hometown chanting his name…going wild after a buzzer beater…filling up a once empty arena…and most of all, being loved.

Who had the nerve to criticize James the way they do now when he was in Cleveland? Rarely anyone. Not only did Cleveland love him, the World loved him.

LeBron is in the beginning stages of regret…regretting such a bad “decision” that has shaped him in the eyes of American sports fans until otherwise.


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