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LeBron James Says It Is “About Damn Time” He Won A Title After 2012 NBA Finals

LeBron James of the Miami Heat finally took home his first title as his team took out the upstart Oklahoma City Thunder in the 2012 NBA Finals.  LeBron was interviewed after winning the title and summed it up with one perfect phrase.

You are right, LeBron James.  It is about damn time you won a title.  You fought hard your entire career, through the ups and downs to become a champ.  I was one of the biggest LeBron haters for the way he left Cleveland and the way that he acted last season.  The guy grew up this season and embraced his true skills.

LeBron James with a post game is a scary thought for everyone in the league.  You can not stop him in there, you can only hope to contain him.  You send the double, he kicks out for an open three.  Miami is running on all cylinders right now and they are impossible to stop.  This is probably just the first out of many titles.

The monkey is finally off the back of LeBron James and he is going to be one of the best players in the history of the league.  The pressure is off so the only issue now is to decide how many titles he will eventually win.  The sky is the limit for this team.

It was about damn time LeBron James won a title.  His play opened everything up for his team as they brought him the best prize in basketball.

Riley Schmitt is a writer for Rant Sports.

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