Monday, June 13, 2011

Win or Lose, He's Better Than You

"At the end of the day, all the people that were rooting on me to fail, at the end of the day, they have to wake up tomorrow and have the same life that they had before they woke up today.  They have the same personal problems they had today,"~LeBron James

This, my friends, is how you respond to adversity. You tell the entire economy-battling nation to kiss your tax-free, wealthy ass. Because AT THE END OF THE DAY, LeBron James is better than you.  Hell, he's better than Jordan. Magic. Kobe. He and Jesus played a game of 1-on-1 but the result of the game is unknown. I think 'Bron won. He's taller than Jesus and those sandals make lateral movement a bit tough for our savior. :)

I just want to take this time to thank LeBron from allowing us the privilege of watching him play "the game of basketball" to take our minds off our shitty lives. If not for him and his ability to dribble a ball, my life would be empty. My soul would be lost.  

LeBron was right. I woke up today with the same life I had yesterday and with the same personal problems.  While he's making millions, I'm just a part-time employee hustling to come up with rent money every month. I hope to find a job with medical benefits before something happens to me. I Still don't have six-pack abs so I don't look as good without a shirt. King James has THE LIFE. According to Scottie Pippen, he's on track to be better than Michael Jordan. He was considered the best player in the league the moment he declared for the NBA out of high school. Add the fact that he's got the most popular mom and baby's mom in all of pro sports and even his hairline has its own Twitter hashtag.  (See #LeBronsHairline) and it's a wonder I haven't jumped off any tall structures due to depression.  

That's right, Mr. King Chosen One James, hold that big-ass head up high. Because no matter what they say about you, it could be worse. You could be Kobe. Successful and STILL hated. Lucky for you, you're just hated.  ;-)


  1. My man. You may just be on to something with this blog. What are you gonna blog about now that the season is over?

  2. I always have something to say. I'll figure it out. Thanks for your support!

  3. After taking in the opinion of Jerry Stackhouse, I kinda understand what brought LeBron to make that seemingly tactless statement. After being asked REPEATEDLY some variation of whether he choked or not, he did his best not to do what most of us wanna do in regards to our detractors. Throw up both middle fingers and tell everyone to go pleasure themselves. LOL...So, I understand his feelings. Considering how many times he was asked that same question, it's a wonder he didn't flip the interview table over. LOL