But Jordan was just as cocky, knew he was the best, and trash talked the worst this side of Bird. No one held that against him. No one argued he was the best. I think I finally respected LeBron with that last minute block on Iguadala-- he simply willed his team to win that game.
No; don't like him.
Why not ask, “have your feelings changed about LeBron since his announcement that he was taking his talents to Miami?” Answers: like him more, like him less, or remained the same.
No. He whines constantly, turned the Jordan Rules to 11 and stumped for Hillary. When I want an opinion on how to crab dribble, I'll ask LeBron. When I want an opinion on who to vote for, I'll ask somebody that went to college and can even define the Electoral College, which is probably not LeBron.
He won me over with the Sprite commercial ????????♂️
I was a big LeBron fan, & then when he kept getting bashed & went to Miami I still respected him, & liked what he was doing. He's going to break tons of records, but as of lately he's talked to much garbage, & I'm starting to dislike him more, & more. Just shut up, idk who's worse him or Trump. Both I respect, but neither can keep their mouths shut. Just my 2 cents
I agree with Mitchell. There's no doubting his greatness & I wish people could just witness greatness without all the comparisons to Jordan. However, his whining and complaining to referees and the way he carries himself on the basketball court bothers me. As a person, there's no question the man has done nothing but good things. I just don't care for Lebron, the basketball player.
There's no questioning his talent, I just don't like his personality. He comes across ( to me ) as if he's on a completely different plane than everyone else, and he's doing the world a favor by allowing us to witness his very existence. Humility seems to be more scarce than gold nowadays...especially among those in the spotlight.