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“The Decision”: The Aftermath



Today I bring my talents to Overtime with Brian and Friends. This week we discuss Lebron James and his decision to move to Miami.

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Are we being too harsh on the king?

Everyone is quick to point the finger at Lebron James here and make him out to be the bad guy when in reality there are others who need to own up and take the blame.

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The economy and the NBA: the rich get richer

This NBA off season has seen more shakeups, lopsided trades, and head scratching signings than we have seen in a long time. If you are wondering why the off season has been so volatile you only have to turn to the down economy for answers.

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King James dominates

Lebron James is the best basketball player on the planet period. Forget about Kobe, D-Wade, or any other pretenders to the throne. Lebron James is king. The Magic made a huge comeback after getting decimated in the first quarter but the King just wouldn’t give up the series, not just yet.

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DG – Volume II

I know it’s been a couple of days.  I promised a DG running diary live from game 3 as I scored some great seats.  Then I promised a combo report on games 3 and 4.  Well, after getting the pulse of Orlando, the pulse of Cleveland courtesy of our bitter Nascar loving Clevelandite and the pulse of the rest of America, here is what I came up with…

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I am a Cleveland fan??

If you TIVO’d the Cavs-Magic game 4 last night and don’t know how it ended now is a good time to probably stop reading this column…..

Let me set the record straight.  I AM NOT a diehard long suffering Cleveland fan.  I have not spent the better part of my 27 years living and dying with the Orange and Brown.  I rooted against the Indians in the 95 and 97 World Series.  I could have cared less about the NBA until about 3 years ago when I lived in a city(Phoenix) that had a team.   However, after last nights loss the Cavaliers are on the verge of being eliminated by the Orlando Magic and for the first time in my life I am understanding what its like to be a Cleveland sports fan.

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What we learned this weekend

I hope everyone had a great memorial day weekend. Mine consisted of several pool parties/get togethers and now I’m nursing a minor sun burn. Personally, I learned that all the sun screen in the world cannot protect my Jewish skin. Enough about me though, here is what we all learned from this weekend of sports.

Not even a sour tummy can stop Melo and the Nuggets. The nuggets proved once again that they are not going to lose this series without a fight.

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The shot: Lebron makes the world witness

With one second left in the game and down by two the Cav’s were finished, but I guess someone forgot to tell The King. Lebron hit a fade away three which was ironically 23 feet away to win the game and tie up the series 1-1. It was amazing, unbelievable, astonishing, and every other adjective you can think of. This is one of those shots that will be etched in the memories of sports fans for years to come. Similar to the game winner a guy named Michael Jordan hit against Craig Ehlo to win the first round series against the Cavaliers in game 5 of the the Eastern Conference Finals. So sit back, be amazed, and WITNESS.

Lebron’s game winner

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