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Celtics Morning Joe: Lebron rants on Twitter, and were supposed to feel sorry for him?

Posted by shawn cassidy on August 5, 2013 at 5:00 AM


I think we all can agree that most athletes have egos. The level of one's ego is on a case by case basis, but if your high right now after winning back-to-back MVP's, and after back-to-back titles. Then your ego has broken through the roof , and it's now soaring above the atmosphere. Right now everything seems perfect in LBJ's life,  after becoming the "King" of the basketball world. For so long the "King" title was self proclaimed, and a gimmick by his shoe company. He was more like a prince, and his immaturity was evident every year. He was pretending to take odd ball photos before each game, and he was having one hour specials on national television.


LeBron James   @KingJames

Man it's hard to go out and have a good time thesedays! It's cool though, it's part of my life. Wouldn't change anything(just saying)


LeBron James   @KingJames

Been in the spotlight since I was 15. Sometimes u just wanna STOP!! But I refuse cause I have a commitment to the youth to inspire them!!


Lebron, please worry about being a role model for your own kids.You should inspire them in other ways James if your genuine about your comment.

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6 Comments

Reply paul
9:06 AM on August 5, 2013 
He's right though - I suspect that, like Judy Garland or Michael Jackson, he's never had a semblance of a normal life since childhood.
Reply Greg
12:42 PM on August 5, 2013 
paul says...
He's right though - I suspect that, like Judy Garland or Michael Jackson, he's never had a semblance of a normal life since childhood.


Yeah he's right. But its the path he chose. Its just a shame that its gotten worse these days.
Reply paul
1:04 PM on August 5, 2013 
Greg says...
Yeah he's right. But its the path he chose. Its just a shame that its gotten worse these days.


My guess is that it was only partially his choice.
Reply jlil89
1:13 PM on August 5, 2013 
If you are a natural physical specimen like James is you HAVE to take advantage of your god given gifts. I don't believe it to be a choice, he was born into it.
Reply Celticslifer
1:19 PM on August 5, 2013 
He's the chosen one! He loves the game,so that came first. There could be some people out there who just didn't like the game, its kind of like people assuming tall people played basketaball.I find out more often then not that they never played,or if they did they were forced.
Reply paul
6:27 AM on August 7, 2013 
I think it's true that Lebron really does love the game. I see that in him.