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Up in flames went No. 23 jerseys. Out of the stores went the unsold ones.
Off his rocker went owner Dan Gilbert, who may ban the numerals 2 and 3 in the organization next.
Taking it as yet another personal betrayal, Gilbert charged that James "quit" in the Boston series, although it didn't stop him from offering LeBron $129 million.
How much can one owner take, especially if swollen to such self importance that he can curse the Heat, guarantee the Cavaliers will win a title first (yeah, right) and vow:
"This shameful display of selfishness and betrayal by one of our very own has shifted our 'motivation' to previously unknown and previously never experienced levels."
So they weren't trying their hardest before?
Maybe that's why they acquired Drew Gooden in 2004 and signed Larry Hughes and Cheap Nike Air Max 2016 Donyell Marshall in 2005, and went for Antawn Jamison last season, rather than Marcus Camby, who would have helped more and had an expiring deal. Hickson and Anderson Varejao and contending for a title.
Unfortunately for LeBron, the owner couldn't take all the heat off him.
A nationwide storm broke over James' head, suggesting how outrageous his choice was . . . or that he was finally old enough to be at the bottom of a worldwide pile on, rechristened Nike Air Max 2016 as Le(fill in blank), as in LeBummer, LeGone and LeCon.
TNT's Reggie Miller noted James Nike Air Max 2016 Womens was about to become Alex Rodriguez to Wade's Derek Jeter, a fair point.
TNT's Chris Webber said he'd never again compare James to Jordan, something he should know about, having never been compared to Karl Malone.
I'm in the minority I think it's me, LeBron, his entourage and Heat fans who think he was unfairly bashed for everything . . . his playoff swoon with an injured right elbow, his methodical recruiting process, even his decision to leave Cleveland. . . .
After that, much of America had to be sick, but ESPN's overall 7.3 rating was its highest non NFL telecast this year.
Showing how well it went over, a new hero now towers over the NBA. . . .
Kobe Bryant's consecutive titles, giving him a total of five, made it the Age of Kobe in fact, if not in fans' hearts . . . until "The Decision" aired and unsolicited salutes rang out on talk shows from coast to coast.
Not that there's any doubt who'll be favored as Miami President Pat Riley, once underrated as a coach, then underrated as an executive, closes in on Mike Miller and targets Udonis Haslem.
"You can't be afraid to play somebody because they have three really good players," Boozer said in Chicago. "How are you going to win if you're afraid to play? We're going to fight. We're going to attack. We're going to go out there and see what happens."
Or, as Lakers opponents in the West say, "Anything can happen in the playoffs."
The Bulls, of course, started out as James' logical choice, before mysteriously falling by the wayside amid reports they were dead as soon as they told LeBron they wouldn't hire his guys or let them on the team plane, as the Cavaliers had.