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ATLBrah7
07-11-2014, 09:27 AM
Reminds me of all the threads that get posted on the Misc by FA's who get burned by chicks and get all butt hurt. Brb someone broke my heart so I'm gonna b!tch about it online.

According to Cross-eyed Brousard and his "multiple sources", the letter is the reason LeBron hasn't decided on Cleveland yet, and that he would've signed with them by now if it wasn't for that.

4567081110
07-11-2014, 09:34 AM
Someone else on ESPN radio said Broussard's sources were full of sh!t. Lebron hasn't decided where he's gonna go because he doesn't know which option is better for him, not because of some "heat of the moment" letter to the fans of Cleveland.

Carpig
07-11-2014, 09:37 AM
Someone else on ESPN radio said Broussard's sources were full of sh!t. Lebron hasn't decided where he's gonna go because he doesn't know which option is better for him, not because of some "heat of the moment" letter to the fans of Cleveland.

This.


Locally, it has been accepted that the LeBron and Gilbert have buried the hatchet over the letter. Gilbert welcomed LeBron for the opening of the new casino and at the ceremony when Big Z had his jersey number retired.

I'm sure LeBron is being pulled in every direction by his family, both teams, and friends.

Krunk Fu
07-11-2014, 09:47 AM
Welcome to 2010 OP.

Also, there is a thread with 35+ pages, feel free to join that discussion instead of cluttering the sports misc with more LeBron threads. Thanks.

Doober4
07-11-2014, 09:48 AM
Lol at other espn employees calling out Broussard.

4567081110
07-11-2014, 09:53 AM
Lol at other espn employees calling out Broussard.

I bet his peers don't respect him at all (srs). One day even casual fans will start to see through his bullchit and he'll have no credibility left with anyone.

chlaxman
07-11-2014, 10:00 AM
Even ESPN employees know Broussard is full of ****. Nobody respects him at all.

Krunk Fu
07-11-2014, 10:08 AM
Watching ESPiN is absolutely nauseating. The last guy just said "It's sunny here in Miami, gloomy in Cleveland... You decide!"

It's 75 and sunny with clear skies in Cleveland.

They then go ahead and read the letter again. ESPiN is always reaching. This is almost as bad as their SEC balls deep moments during CFB season.

For once Brian Windhorst is being fair and I think that's a tell tale sign that he believes LeBron IS contemplating both... instead of playing with ESPN's agenda.