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King Taharqa

#6 LeBron James

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A black QB like Cam being better than Andrew Luck seemed ignorant to you. Doesnt really mean much. Hell the hicks up here had you scared to death of him before the draft! Why am I not shocked youd defend this one?

Where did I defend anyone, I'm just calling a spade a spade. You're just as guilty of making offensive generalizations as anyone you berate. I was wrong on Cam, I admitted that. Your failure to let that go is your problem, not mine....

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You weren't wrong about Cam, you were racially biased and ignorant. That is very dangerous to be. And of course you try to minimize it. Do you guys ever accept guilt for anything? LOL

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I don't think pointing out a kids legal troubles is being racially biased. I don't remember ever saying "all blacks are criminals"

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You weren't wrong about Cam, you were racially biased and ignorant. That is very dangerous to be. And of course you try to minimize it. Do you guys ever accept guilt for anything? LOL

We do not accept your flawed and laughable logic that anyone who questions a black athlete or owner MUST be doing so becuase of race. Only biased and ignorant one on here is you....and that is a FACT.

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LeBton's 45 point, 15 rebound, 5 assist performance in Game 6 of the Eastern Conference Finals is only the second time a player has posted such numbers in the postseason. The other being Wilt Chamberlain's 50,16, & 6 performance in 1964.

Im sure the folks at stormfront were lovin every minute of it last night. Cheering hard for the runaway slave.

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You keep calling a guy who was treated like royalty a slave, yet you refuse to explain how you come to that conclusion....shocking....

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LeBron james is Dan Gilberts slave. His personal property. He shouldve did what was best for his slavemaster. I hate and pile on LeBron faaaaar more than Slavemaster Gilbert.

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I hate Dan Gilbert for whining about the CP3 trade after he agreed to a CBA that allowed said trade....there, happy?? Of course not, you want me to say I hate all blacks etc etc....

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Not to derail this brilliant discussion... but...

Why does it take an elimination game to get LeBron to step up? I'm a LeBron fan and I don't get it... why doesn't he play like that all the time? He's capable of it...

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Didn't see this posted yet--Rick Reilly piece on LeBron hate:

http://espn.go.com/e...on-being-lebron

People -- enough. This whole "Crown or Drown" thinking on James has to stop. Grown men are actually strapping microphones to their ties and saying that if James doesn't win the title, the Heat ought to be broken up. For what? For making the Finals last year? For making (at least) the Eastern finals this year? James has been with these guys only two seasons. It took Michelangelo four years to paint the Sistine Chapel. You people would've fired him in two?

But I think the reason you hate LeBron James the most is that he just doesn't seem to suffer his failures as much as you'd like him to. You want him to brood like Kobe after losses, glare like Jordan when things don't go his way, scream at teammates like Tom Brady when they're behind.

That's not James. His spirit is too light. He's too much fun. He's a 6-foot-8 pixie, a 27-year-old kid who's addicted to kidding. He's a genuinely sweet person. You think of the great athletes of our generation -- Jordan, Woods, Lance Armstrong. They all had a bit of the jerk gene in them. James is missing it. He is loved by his teammates, not feared. So sue.

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