Found June 21, 2013 on Unathletic:
The Spurs lost last night. Sad face. They should have played T-Mac more – that guy use to be incredible. Then all of a sudden he stunk. I really don’t want to comment on the NBA Finals, but LeBron James is the best player in the world by far. He may have screwed up with the whole announcement show, but he doesn’t deserve to have his legacy tainted by not winning titles. He’s a once in a lifetime talent.
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