Sometimes success is more difficult to handle than failure. Remember, we're talking about LeBron James, who has a history of gaffes. Just one example - after the Decision he said he always hated Cleveland, then this year he said hey, maybe he'll go back. There's just no telling what he could do next, and it's a good bet he will trip up again.
i disagree, fisher did more than lean in. he launched himself into lebron's shoulders/neck area and even extended his hands at the end. fisher could simply of hugged him, or actually ran at him, closed the distance and blocked him. but he didnt want to take the charging lebron, so he decided to give a hit not take one. that's the definition of excessive contact, that's why they called it.Sure, by definition it was unnecessary and I get why they called it. That's what I said. But it still wasn't much of a flagrant. They probably shouldn't have called it.
When did he say that he hated Cleveland
August 17, 2010.
Check out his picture in this link, little c, looks like your kind of guy.