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LeBron sees things OKC could've done better

Posted on: May 24, 2011 7:54 pm
Edited on: May 24, 2011 8:00 pm
Posted by Royce Young

Prior to Game 4 against the Bulls, LeBron James was asked about Oklahoma City's incredible collapse in Game 4 of the Western Conference Finals. And LeBron, always one with an opinion, offered this, via the Miami Herald:

“I don’t want to sit here and be the coach of OKC but I seen a lot of things that could have been done better.”

You know, considering the Thunder blew a 15-point lead in five minutes to lose the biggest game of their lives, I'm going to have to agree with LeBron here. The Thunder probably could have done a few things better.

I'm sure what LeBron is alluding to is the offensive execution, questionable substitution patterns of Scott Brooks and poor decision-making. It doesn't take a basketball genius to "seen" those things though. Likewise though, I would assume a lot of people can think of a few things you could've handled better as well.

Since: Oct 6, 2006
Posted on: May 25, 2011 2:31 pm

LeBron sees things OKC could've done better

*Ding!* What was that? Oh, your microwave dinner is ready. Time for that long climb out of the basement.

Oh, and "somehow" is one word.

Since: May 25, 2011
Posted on: May 25, 2011 3:00 am

LeBron sees things OKC could've done better

Dude, your bias is so putrid I feel embarrassed for you. You said, "...always one for an opinion," so I guess opinions are the strict domain of wise a%^ jack-offs like yourself? The world can't have a thinking ball player, especially one that looks like Lebron or is as uppity. Oh no, because he may make a "decision" that you'll also find fault with because decisions --like opinions-- are also your domain.

Lastly, are we (the readers) suppose to think you're some how superior to your subjects (i.e., the reasons you have a "job") because you point out their grammatical flaws? "Royce Young," wow, I'll will definitely remember that name from now on.

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