19 Aug

As one of my loyal readers noted, LeBron has been fully outed this summer. Since there aren’t many people rushing to defend LeBron’s poor sportsmanship these days, he’s having to strike out on his own.  His latest gem from some interview with a blogger:

Though a handshake is typically seen as a measure of good sportsmanship, James clearly has a different view. Still, when James was reminded that, in fact, players do actually shake hands at the end of a playoff series, James responded by saying, “No you don’t. No you don’t.”

Errm…okay.  Guess my eyes were playing tricks on me the dozens of times I’ve seen a playoff series end with handshakes.  Maybe TNT manipulated the on-screen images in real-time, as they did with LeBron’s crab dribble.  Read about it here.


7 Responses to “Unapologetic”

  1. David in DC November 7, 2009 at 6:15 am #

    YEAH! I LOVE THIS WEBSITE! I am a diehard wizards fan, and the game a few nights ago, in Cleveland, wasn’t just poorly officiated, it was UNWATCHABLE, to see Queen James get every call in the world, even when the other team wasnt doing anything. And I FIRMLY believe that if he didnt have the endorsements and the protection by the refs, hed be averaging 15 points and 6 rebounds a game. Not bad, but certainly not deserving of ANY IDEA of a Jordan comparison.

    To summarize, Lebron is a worthless, selfish, vain piece of shit. I hope he never wins a title, and I hope he signs with the Knicks, for 2 reasons: 1.) Hes GUARANTEED never to win a title with that wretched franchise, and 2.) It will show the world how little his words mean, that he doesnt give a shit about team, cleveland, or his fans, and is only interested in chasing dollars and getting statues of himself put up.

    The guy probably jerks off to pictures of himself!

  2. mamopo360 November 8, 2009 at 1:03 am #

    this year is going to be tainted with stupid bullshit around where le-overpaid is going next. i wish his nba coach was half as talented as his pr guy is. (coach of the year… what a joke) when he doesnt win a ring this year he will pretend that it was cleveland’s fault and this circus will start all over again with his mission for a ring. this guy is playing a media game that will never stop. hes not that good. witness the overhype… he doesnt want to go to the ring, he wants the ring to come to him

  3. bernardgwatkins November 9, 2009 at 9:22 pm #

    Agreed. Cavs games are called so differently than other teams’ games that it is amazing. Now that Shaq is on the Cavs, it’s even worse. Now the Cavs can fall back on LeBron’s bull rush *and* they can simply resort to running the plays through Shaq and have him charge/back everybody down all day long. Unbearable.

  4. Sankalp November 13, 2009 at 12:39 am #

    At least the refs didn’t reverse the call at the end of the game vs. the Bulls. I thought for sure that my Bulls were done for. It was infuriating afterwards to read articles by kiss-ass sportswriters defening Lebron’s play.

  5. StillHateLebron? November 16, 2009 at 6:59 pm #

    This site makes me laugh? Not much to say bout Lebron lately huh?

  6. kf January 4, 2010 at 3:09 am #

    Are you asking us if this site makes you laugh? Are you really that stupid that you don’t know or are you just too stupid to know what a ? means at the end of your sentence?

  7. gary July 9, 2010 at 2:03 pm #

    I hope you blow your knee out in your very first game!

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