Until Death Do We Part…

I’m sure everyone watched the Cleveland fans’ response to LeBron’s new Nike commercial. If not, here it is.

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I don’t know about you, but to me that’s crossing the line. Personally, I thought he should’ve stayed in Cleveland because he promised the fans there a championship, but that’s just me. You can disagree with his “decision,” but responding with something hateful to every single thing LeBron does is way too much hate.

Now, don’t get me wrong, I’m not a LeBron fan, and I’ll never be one, but he is human after all. The city of Cleveland needs to get over it and move on. Staying in the past will get you nowhere. With that said, what if we Laker fans were put in the same position? Say, Kobe decided to leave LA (Knock on wood).

Next: Say It ‘Aint So, Kobe…

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