Really LeBron James? All aboard the excuse train! Woooo, woooo! After the Miami Heat decided to “choke” (mentioning no names, LeBron) against the Indiana Pacers in Game 2, LeBron James decided to complain to the media how playing the power forward position is taxing on his body. As we all know, the Heat’s championship dream was given a red warning flag when Chris Bosh went down with his injury. The Heat aren’t very deep, and are going to struggle down in the paint in huge ways against teams moving forward.
LeBron James is 6’8 and 250 LB’s of SOLID muscle. He’s a monster. There’s no other way to put it. He was blessed with the body of a linebacker, the hops of a spaceman, and the quickness of a wide receiver. Who would want to guard him?
Once again, the true LeBron James shows. I’ve never seen a guy so afraid of challenges in his stature. I don’t care how good he is in terms of talent (maybe the most talented player in the history of the game), but he’s the tin man in terms of heart.
As a leader, the best player on his team, and a world superstar, he should put this series and the rest of the playoffs on his shoulders. Say, you know what- I’m going to go down to the block on our offensive sets because there is no one in this league that can guard me. I don’t care if our transition game is hurt a bit, I believe in my teammates, and it’s up to me to step up.
LeBron instead says:
“It’s a lot more taxing being in there with bigger guys.”
He also said that defense “is the biggest difference. When you’re on the perimeter, there’s more space. The interior is more cramped and physical.”
DUDE! Remember how your huge? Give me a break. Grow up FINALLY. This is why you won’t get a ring. That attitude is absolutely ridiculous, and an insult to every super star ever. You will NEVER be Michael Jordan. Not because you aren’t talented enough, but because your the tin man (no heart). You know what Michael would have done LeBron? Went to the block at 6’6 220 and dominated. you know what he would have done defensively? Worked his butt off. Even if he failed (yeah right), he still would have said- that’s on me. It’s my job to stop the guy I’m guarding- power forward or no power forward.
Okay Heat fans, time to get on the excuse train! It’s evident your King is nothing more than the pauper.