The ignorant NBA media has somehow made the world believe that LeBron James can walk on water. Sure, he’s the best player in the NBA right now and he’s flying high on the super team he helped assemble in South Beach, but he’s not better than Michael Jordan. But that’s just the start of it.
Miami Dolphins receiver Mike Wallace moronically said that LeBron would dominate the NFL as a tight end if he chose to switch sports based off what the self-proclaimed King did on the gridiron in high school. He may be 6-foot-8 and 265 pounds of muscle, but LeBron is soft. A nice introduction to Patrick Willis on a drag route would put all this NFL talk for James to rest.
I got news for you, folks — you can’t flop in the NFL. If LeBron moved from the court to the field, he’d get knocked around and no penalty would be called for him flailing all over the court because the play didn’t go his way. Sure, he’s big, strong and fast, but LeBron couldn’t take a hit in the NFL and keep going. There’s no crying about getting hit too hard in football and during the NBA playoffs, James wets more tissues than an expecting mother watching a chick flick.
It’s fun to think about, but everybody needs a reality check: LeBron is a good basketball player, but that’s it. Quite dreamin’ and making guys like Wallace sounds like buffoons.