LeBron opts out of his Cavs contract

29 Jun

LeBron opts out of Cavs contract

Debt paid, motherfuckers. ¬†Just some technicalities to take care of? ¬†Guess we’ll find out.




7 Responses to “LeBron opts out of his Cavs contract”

  1. LeBronze July 12, 2016 at 10:13 pm #

    It looks like LeFlop is flopping his way out of Cleveland. I’m proud of you LeFlop.

  2. IvanOMartin September 23, 2016 at 2:41 am #

    I think sports can sometimes be like politics: when passionate about a candidate, you normally become passionately against the other. Further down the road, you realize that they weren’t that bad, just you had another horse in the race.
    Every now and then, thiugh, there’s a Donald Trump. I’m not saying LeBron is Trump. Trump is an idiot and a bad guy. And it’s all Donalds fault, actually. It’s not all LBJ’s fault. LBJ’s problem is that be fucking had “Chosen One” tattooed across his back. How much pressure must he feel to live up to the King of douche tattoos. And then Nike tells him he’s the next Jordan. And, PS,he’s juiced out of his mind. My proof? His body, dumbass.
    But I digress. LBJ led a deprived childhood, no one is perfect, and he got a bad hand. So it’s no surprise that he’s not been as grounded as he could be and then somehow got this God complex. The pressure led him to pick the Title Favorites option on the Chinese menu of NBA careers (no problem with this) but then ditch them when they didn’t win. By the way, this is not the same as KD leaving OKC. But I don’t even blame him for thAt one, it was the bullshit about winning one for Cleveland that was so insulting. He looked at Miami getting older and a loaded Cleveland asset pool and did not again!! I’m sorry, if you’re going to to that twice you better get 10 rings. But he’s not getting 10. And right now he would be at 2 if Adam Silver wasn’t the Star Wars 4 of commissioners.

  3. Momo November 2, 2016 at 9:59 pm #

    just another stupid fucker thinking hes the shit, sad part is he gets paid for being a little bitch.

  4. LeBronze December 7, 2016 at 3:59 am #

    I have to give Lebron credit. I didn’t like him for leaving Cleveland, and didn’t want him to be accepted back. Before that, he had talent, but I’ve also took notice how he didn’t support that petition about Nike and Dafur, before that. I didn’t ignore his faults then, but at time I admired his talent (which he never lived up to again). This time he shows conviction, and says he won’t stay at Trump tower. Perhaps because this hits too close to home.

    I also didn’t want Lebron to win in Cleveland this year, and I wanted the Red Sox to win, so that he wouldn’t expect a city to feel entitled to him. To his credit, he did not get arrogant about that, and he was supporting his home MLB baseball team.

    I’ve said bad things on here about Lebron before. Some of what I said about his talent, how he stopped having a Jordanesque mentality as he was before he left, is true. It was Kyrie who played on the MVP level last finals, but of course both of them played their part.

    I’m not his fan, but I have to finally give him some credit, after expressing disrespect towards him. I also give him credit for not throwing Kyrie under the bus a while back, when a reporter tried to trap him with a trick question. This site is also entertaining, and sometimes funny.

  5. LeBronze January 31, 2017 at 7:29 pm #


    This is just silly. If Lebron and Kyrie can both play at a high level, and have supporting staff, asking for more help is undermining himself.

  6. LeBronze January 31, 2017 at 7:44 pm #

    Barkley isn’t a hater, despite his criticisms. He likes to see others succeed. That’s not a hater criticism either, that’s saying to compete the right way. Now Shaq, he hates on a few.

  7. LeBronze June 3, 2017 at 7:04 am #

    Because Durant pulled a cheap move from one of my favorite teams to which was another before this, I hope the Cavs win. It’s a case of which team cast members I like less. And Lebron, stop being a baby about everything. – June 2017

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