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Will you watch the LeBron Show?

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The LeBron Show

Postby bam bam on Wed Jul 07, 2010 2:54 pm

I really have a mixed opinion about LeBron's show on ESPN tomorrow. On one hand, I think it's awesome that all the money is going to charity and that ESPN agreed to it. On the other, how big of an ego does this guy have? I mean do we really need an hour on national tv to find out where he is going?

I am probably going to watch, and I am going to hope it's a train wreck.
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Re: The LeBron Show

Postby Turbodog on Thu Jul 08, 2010 12:31 pm

My opinion of LJ went down a few notches this week. If he stays in Cleveland I might forgive him. Ih he moves, I will pull against his new team.
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Re: The LeBron Show

Postby bam bam on Thu Jul 08, 2010 1:08 pm

I agree. I wouldn't even have a problem if he left Cleveland. But to do it on national tv is ridiculous.
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Re: The LeBron Show

Postby #7 throw away to do list. on Thu Jul 08, 2010 3:02 pm

i dont really have a problem with it. blue chip high school kids are on tv announcing where they are going for football every year. if lbj can raise some money and get air time for himself and the nba, why not? i wonder if this will become a trend in all pro sports. god knows espn has plenty of air time to fill. seriously, does anyone watch the herd?[color="Silver"]

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[/color]i also wouldnt hold it against anyone who wanted out of cleveland. of all the nba cities are there any worse? okc and sacto might be close. but hell cleveland vs nyc or miami. no second thought for me.
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Re: The LeBron Show

Postby flyinbayou on Thu Jul 08, 2010 3:16 pm

#7 throw away to do list. wrote:i also wouldnt hold it against anyone who wanted out of cleveland. of all the nba cities are there any worse? okc and sacto might be close. but hell cleveland vs nyc or miami. no second thought for me.


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Re: The LeBron Show

Postby bam bam on Thu Jul 08, 2010 10:59 pm

He's taking less money to go to the Heat. But the lack of a state income tax in Florida absolutely played a role in this. He'll probably make $7m less per year than he would from the Cavs. But he would have paid about $10m in Ohio state taxes on a max deal. So in reality, he'll make $3m more in net income by taking less.

Regardless, the show was absurd and ridiculous and I hope LeBron burns in hell.
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Re: The LeBron Show

Postby #7 throw away to do list. on Fri Jul 09, 2010 10:55 am

i did not watch. was this any different than the numerous brett favre press confrences. the media enables these prima donnas. as far as leaving cleveland, the cavs only have themselves to blame. byron scott got himself into a bad situation. the cavs will be lucky to win 25 games.
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Re: The LeBron Show

Postby bam bam on Fri Jul 09, 2010 12:55 pm

I really think it was the biggest train wreck in the history of television. I am glad I watched.
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Re: The LeBron Show

Postby Turbodog on Fri Jul 09, 2010 2:40 pm

bam bam wrote:I really think it was the biggest train wreck in the history of television. I am glad I watched.


I had it on, so I guess you could say I watched it. It was absurd. I can't wait to pull against him. Wait til you hear what he did afterward.
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