I don't understand why he'd stop the pre-game dunks. It gives something for the fans to cheer about. I'd only do it at home, just cause
This is what he said in the article:
James has been executing contest-worthy dunks during warm-ups, but has been unwilling throughout his career to participate in the league's dunk contest during All-Star Weekend despite pressure from fans and former players. "Maybe I should stop because it's making a lot of people mad about what I do," James said after he scored a season-high 40 points and had a career-high 16 assists in Tuesday's double-overtime win against Sacramento. "They're like, 'Well, if you can do it in warm-ups, why don't you [want to] be in the dunk contest?' Stop it.' "
He's right though. People just need to leave him alone about the dunk contest. Like I said, it means nothing anymore and he's not going to do it. Just because he does certain dunks shouldn't translate into the dunk competition. He does come off as somewhat of a baby, but I'm sure he's just sick and tired of hearing about the dunk comp.
Kyrie is out tonight. Should be a W.
Last edited by DirtyDion03: 02-27-2013 at 05:46 PM.
Wow, I just read an article on how Lebron is having a better season than Jordans best season in 88/89. If Lebron can win 2 more MVP's and another couple championships. I really think you can make the argument that he is better than Michael Jordan.
Hilarious to see all the crap bags that are getting playing time over Ross... especially when they are all sucking. A whopping 8 ****ing points from the bench with Bargnani/Anderson/Lucas for some reason getting playing time over Ross. Hey Casey, if the bench is sucking, why not... you know, change it up? Maybe use Ross who might give the team a spark. Doesn't hurt to try when the rest of the bench isn't doing anything anyways, right?