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Well...Boston was a nice place...

I was a little, shall we say, confused by a statement LeBron made in the preview for tonight's Cavs-Celtics game: "I know I've improved five times than I was in Game 7 of the Boston series."

Forget the clumsy sentence structure -- the kid didn't go to college, after all -- and let's concentrate on the math instead. Five times better than this game, LeBron? Really?! Well I, for one, cannot wait to watch King James drop a 225-point, 25-rebound, 30-assist bomb on the greater Boston area. (I do mean a metaphorical bomb, by the way.) Still, I can't help but wonder how LeBron could have possibly gotten so much better during the offseason. Especially since he couldn't even win a game of HORSE against a 26-year-old warehouse worker during that time.

Tomorrow: Worst of the Night returns!

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12 Comments:
Blogger Shrugz said...
he already knows about the law of diminishing returns!! he's SMART!! LOL

Anonymous Nick F. (Buck Nasty) First Time Since '69 said...
It'd probably be better if he improved his free throw shooting by about 10%. Seventy is not enough Lebron. When a 15 year-old girl can hit free throws better than you, it ain't good.

Anonymous Anonymous said...
haha as soon as saw that news I knew it was going to appear on this website soon. Let's see if he still clank his free throws on the opening night..

Blogger Trevor said...
Move over Wilt Chamberlain, LeBron is about to destroy your record...

Anonymous Ruben said...
I think we should cut him some slack. We thought he just like to talk in 3rd person, but apparently there are four more of him that he is going to unleash. That wouldn't be a bad starting five (although somehow I don't think that would have very good team chemistry.)

Anonymous Anonymous said...
no he means he's gonna unleash a chaos dunk

Blogger BadDave said...
Ruben - yeah. Assists would go way down. I wonder if a team every played the same starting 5 for all 48 minutes of all 82 games. Hunh.

Blogger Joel said...
I just saw the ring ceremony and the only way there could have been more man-love is if they paired up and exchanged rings. Which, by the way, would be a great symbolic statement by the NBA, especially in light of the likes of Tim Hardaway.

Anonymous Cliff said...
Breaking News: Boston has been completely destroyed by what appears to be a Chaos Dunk! The suspected perpetrator, Lebron James, is still at large...Charles Barkley had no comment at the time of this broadcast.

Anonymous Barry said...
Did my eyes deceive me or did James get a traveling violation last night?

Anonymous Anonymous said...
^^^i didnt even have to watch the game to know that was going to happen

Blogger Barry said...
Yeah, but usually they let it go under the guise of 'superstar call'...they actually called it.

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