CALIHAWK1 wrote:Jordan to my knowledge never said that he didnt mind losing because he knew we would wake up to our boring, miserable lives. He also never wrote a letter to his father he never knew and tweeted it. (I get he knew his dad.) Social media is a huge part of it. The decision also was a joke. He also didnt do it for the money which he donated. He did it Kardashianesque self promotion. He could do a thousand things for money and charity.
His flopping is also super annoying. I cant stand Kobe but at least he can take a foul and he knows he is a jerk and doesnt apologize for it or pretend he isn't.
Jordan also didn't unfairly get comparisons to the greats before him either, he never received the amount of ridicule ever in his career that LeBron has since he was in HS, I don't care who you are, eventually you'd snap. Did you guys not like what he said cuz it's true? Or are you really concerned with how others feel about it? Get real man. Everyone hates the winner, the great one, why? Cuz they look at it as unfair. But no one wanted to talk that unfair crap in the 90's when the Bulls had Jordan, Pippen, and Rodman, or when the Jazz had Malone and Stockton, no one said SPIT when Shaq joined LA! But all of a sudden it's a problem if LeBron does it? I legit hate talking LeBron with people cuz of the hypocrisity. You wanna wine about players joining forces, blame how these teams run their rosters they can't build a team without paying for one unless it's the Spurs or very unfortunately the Thunder. But hey keep on the ridiculous hate, just don't hate him for stuff that's been going on for years, just admit you guys hate him for being great.
I can't feel sorry for Cleveland, ever, and I can't understand why Seattle fans would as well, they lost one man and b!@ch and cried and rioted like they lost their god, it was disgusting. We lost a whole damn team and no one speaks up for us except ourselves. No love for Cleveland in the least bit.