Just when the heat was starting to fade off Lebron James for his well publicized “the decision” in announcing that you will be ditching the Cleveland Cavaliers that he will be signing with the Miami Heat, a move that was seen as a slap in the face by the Clevland fans, the organization and fans around the world, James started up the fire again by sending tweet on twitter in response to the blowout the Los Angeles Lakers handed to his old team.
Here is what James tweeted:
“Crazy. Karma is a b****.. Gets you every time. Its not good to wish bad on anybody. God sees everything!”
Not a very professional attitude by one of the best in the league let the pass be the pass and move on.
The Los Angeles Lakers handed the Clevland Caviliers 112-57 hit on Tuesday night. A very embarrassing loss that just makes you want to go home and curl up in bed, never wanting to go back to that city again in fear that the same punishment maybe given.
Lebron went on to say this about his tweet:
“It was just how I was feeling at the time,” James said Wednesday, retreating from the backlash the tweet caused during the day. “It wasn’t even a comment from me, it was someone who sent it from me and I sent it out — but like I said, it wasn’t towards that team. It definitely wasn’t a good showing by that team last night. I know they wish they played better, but nothing toward them.”
Wow, first he admitted to sending the tweet and explains his emotions and then he said it wasn’t really a comment from him and that someone sent it from him in which case he sent it out and then said his comments was not aimed at the team. Wow, wow, wow, Mr Lebron, you have us all confused. We know that you have issues with the owner of the Cavs, but no matter how you look at it, if you send a disrespectful message pointing at the Cavs performance in a particular game, you are targeting the team and we are sure the players will take this personally.
As Lebron made his move to leave clevland, the city was not happy and of course the owner of Cavs basketball team was neither pleased sending out a message that angered Lebron and is the reason for Lebron sending the tweet mentioned above.
Here is what the Cavs owner had to say after Lebron announced his departure:
Gilbert wrote: “The self-declared former `King’ will be taking the `curse’ with him down south. And until he does `right’ by Cleveland and Ohio, James [and the town where he plays] will unfortunately own this dreaded spell and bad karma.”
Yes, we thought the same thing, a lot of confidence and some harsh words. Makes it difficult not to want to gloat on someone like this, but being a professional, Lebron should contain his anger