Ok, honestly the Miami Heat situation amongst the public is blowing out of proportion. I do not have to prove anything to anyone so I am not going to go out of my way to prove that I have been a Miami Heat fan because no matter what people will be jealous that my team got the players it got. Lol, haters gonna hate? Anyway, it is getting very annoying having to defend my allegiance every day and has gotten to the point where I do not even feel like telling people I am a heat fan. The real purpose of this post is to shut haters of the Heat up. All this talk about how they took the easy way out is garbage. Every championship team has had elite caliber players including teams like the Lakers. Before the Miami Heat got Lebron and Bosh, a team including Kobe, Artest, Gasol, Odom , and Bynum is not fair by any means compared to other rosters in the nba so why all of the sudden that when a team one ups a team like LA in terms of gaining talent do they become the bad guys? Jealousy, plain and simple. And for the last time, people who hate on Lebron truly have nothing better to do with their time, he is the greatest athlete that has ever played the game of basketball athletically and will go down as one of the games best. KEYWORD is one of the games best, not the best, he never once said he was the best so people should not assume that he strives to be the greatest in history which is why I do not include him in the category of His Airness. In all respect Kobe Bryant is not in the same league as Jordan either so this debate should not even exist in terms of Lebrons legacy.
Another thing that retarded people like to bring up is that Lebron is somehow a traitor to Cleveland and owes them. OWES them for what?????? Lebron did not ask to be a Cavalier. People fail to realize how rare it is for someone to be drafted by their own city. It was pure luck, it was a great story while it lasted but at the end of the day this is HIS life, stupid fans and people who think they know about basketball have no right to criticize his decisions. He did what was best for his career and family, he does not have to try being the good guy and trying to make stupid fans happy by wasting his career trying to win ONE championship in Cleveland when he has greater opportunities available. Quite frankly he could have ended up as one of those players who never won a championship and never got the recognition he deserved which is the same as a "tarnished" image that he supposedly has now. -____-