Found June 24, 2012 on
We noticed on a popular but insipid sports website that bored writers are debating how many championship rings LeBron James shall collect in his career.
If we noticed correctly, the planet Saturn started with three rings and seems to be still increasing the total: up to six or seven, and the envy of LeBron.
This may be the first time since John Fowles wrote his famous story, The Collector, that anyone figured LeBron was of the same ilk.
We keep thinking back to the great music hits of the past. They were often called “One Hit Wonders.”
There is a career to be made off the singular accomplishment of life. We have no doubt that, as a result of his NBA Finals championship, LeBron will have a “dining out” appeal for a million invitations. He’ll never go hungry.
Someone should be careful because somewhere down the line LeBron may become The Man Who Came to Dinner—for one occasion and staying for years.
We prefer to stick to the metaphors of the sports age, like “One and...
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If you’re wondering who LeBron James views as his primary competition in the NBA, the answer is Kevin Durant.
During an interview with ESPN’s Rachel Nichols, LeBron identified Durant, not Kobe Bryant, or Derrick Rose, or anyone else, as the player that pushes him the most.
“For him to continue to work hard … he’s going to be my inspiration,” James said. “He’s going...
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There was no mass burning of jerseys or rioting. When LeBron James won his first NBA title, the city he scorned had a more subdued reaction.
Cleveland seemed to sigh in acceptance.
James, who played seven seasons for the Cavaliers before leaving two summers ago, finally got his first championship on Thursday night, leading his Miami Heat over Oklahoma City in the finals. James...
LeBron James spectacular NBA Finals performance and his freshly minted championship have driven those divided by him even further into reflective positions.
His supporters thump out their chests and exclaim the other side was wrong, wrong, WRONG!
LeBron never choked!All criticism was just the work of haters!The Chosen One has showed and silenced everyone!ALL HAIL THE KING!
<span style="font-family: "Times New Roman","serif"; font-size: 12pt; line-height: 115%;">The world is a much better place today, LeBron James
finally has his NBA Championship. I hope
you are enjoying the 4-letter’s gavel-to-gavel coverage of this truly great
moment in NBA history according to them.
LeBron James finally brought home the bacon, and Taiwan’s NMA News summarizes his feat:
In other news, China recently hosted a pole-dancing competition:
It took him 9 years and 804 games to do it, but Lebron James finally has a NBA Championship ring. One of the top-10 best players the NBA has ever seen hoisted up the Larry O’Brien Trophy last night as the Miami Heat beat the Oklahoma City Thunder 121-106 in Game 5 of the NBA Finals. It’s been a long and bumpy journey for James over the past 9 years as he carried his hometown...
The champagne probably has not dried off of LeBron James' jersey yet after his masterful triple double to close out the Oklahoma City Thunder and win his first NBA championship. There will be a lot of time to bask in championship glory throughout the offseason.
There is still another prize to be won though.
Team USA will defend its gold medal in this year's Olympics and there...
It’s the day after the Miami Heat have won the NBA championship, and I’m trying to go on with my regular life just like LeBron James would want me to. At first I didn’t think it would be possible– my hatred of the Heat and the entire city of Miami as a whole was too overwhelming for me to think clearly enough to go on with my mundane duties as a writer.
But then I was...