LeBron James forgave Dan Gilbert. The last three years of Cleveland history not just Cavaliers history, and not just Cleveland sports history don’t happen if LeBron doesn’t forgive Gilbert. That includes Cleveland forgiving LeBron.
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After the Cavs signed Derrick Rose to a one-year deal Monday, Joe Vardon of Cleveland.com reported Rose was looking at a spot in the starting lineup in light of Irving’s trade request, and James was eager to see (Irving) off. James responded Tuesday morning on Twitter using the hashtag #NotFacts.
ESPN’s Stephen A. Smith also reported if Irving happened to be standing in front of James the four-time NBA MVP would be tempted to beat (Irving’s) ass. James is apparently too busy enjoying his vacation to think about fighting a teammate.
It’s interesting to see James respond to these specific aspects of what has become an ugly situation. He denied these reports in the strongest terms with the #NotFacts hashtag, but he also didn’t come out and say he wants Irving to stay in Cleveland. Good luck to all you psychology majors out there trying to figure out what LeBron is thinking.
Things are always complicated when it comes to the Cavs. Always.
Would I rank LeBron over Kobe? In terms of best of all time? No, Jordan said at his Flight School camp in Santa Barbara, Calif. There’s something about five that beats three… Kobe won five championships. LeBron won three. Although he’s been to seven [consecutive] Finals.