EhIllmatic said:I think its so funny how these Cleveland fans are so butt-hurt over LeBron leaving.. Let the man live..
Cleveland going back to the Ghost town it once was
people still dont seem to grasp this concept. not even lebron, they are not mad he left, its his life they know that, but he did it in the biggest douche bag way in history of sports, thats it.AnnaJ said:but I think more are annoyed with his little bitch way of leaving than the fact he left. You can be respectful, tell your teammates and your fans what's up. Or you can be a douchebag, keep everyone who has supported you in the dark and make a fool of them on national tv. To leave or stay is a business decision, the way he went about it is an attention whore decision. That city was incredibly loyal to him, dude could have given them a heads up.
lol the pens had two "saviors" mario Lemieux and crosbyBobbyJames said:to both TouchTheSky! and IWOhioU. Always nice to have some Cleveland fans turn up in the sports section. I absolutely love the alteration made to the commercial. We were left with so few answers to a multitude of questions. Those questions will probably never be answered and we'll always be left asking "why?" It just hurt seeing a guy who I think everyone thought could be "the one." His situation here had the makings of an epic story. The guy from just down the freeway, drafted to a down on its luck team in a city starving for a championship. He would have been a god here in C-Town by just bringing us one title. Instead, we were left to start from square one. I'll forever have that image of him ripping his jersey off in disgust after game 6 in Boston. That one cut deep.
Fuck you too.august4th said:lol the pens had two "saviors" mario Lemieux and crosby
one got us two titles....and bought the team to save it from leaving the city
the other just won us a title and is signed to stay here for another 7 years
while your savior bounced ...
just another reason