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    Default LeBron coming back to Cleveland on Thursday.

    Should be a circus. I wonder if he'll actually have the stones to do his little pregame fairy dust routine? Thursday can't get here soon enough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ken Shirtaugh View Post
    Should be a circus. I wonder if he'll actually have the stones to do his little pregame fairy dust routine?
    You guys loved it when he was a Cav. It should be a crazy. He'll get ruthlessly booed, as the fans have every right to, but I hope it doesn't go over the line.
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    Of course I didn't mind it when he was a Cav. But after he went out of his way to embarass my city on a global stage, why would I embrace any of his antics?? If he has the audacity to do that crap after what he did to us, then he's just a bad guy and frankly a DBag.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zapp Brannigan View Post
    He'll get ruthlessly booed, as the fans have every right to, but I hope it doesn't go over the line.
    Exactly. I hope they boo the hell out of him, but I also hope they don't turn him into a victim. I don't want LeBron to be some sort of sympathetic figure.

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    Great, another mediocore team coming to Cleveland.

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    Lebron already said he was going to do the powder thing because it's "His ritual."
    Even though Kevin Garnett did it before him, and Michael Jordan did it before Garnet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vaisforlovers View Post
    Lebron already said he was going to do the powder thing because it's "His ritual."
    Even though Kevin Garnett did it before him, and Michael Jordan did it before Garnet.

    Ego maniac and I laugh everytime they lose.
    He's not saying it's "his ritual" like he created it. He obviously based it off Jordan's thing. He's just saying it's his ritual, like it's just what he does before he plays. It's got nothing to do with being an egomaniac (although, he of course, is an rgomaniac, as evidenced by the "The Decision.")

    Cavs fans are going to hate on him regardless, and they're going to attack him viciously from the stands no matter what he does. He'll look like a p**sy if he doesn't do it.
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    Yes, it will be a circus, but a media-driven circus. This shows the negative influence of media when they grab onto something like a dog and won't let go.

    Z should get a ROUSING standing ovation. Lebron should get a postiive welcome too but milder than Z's.

    OK so we have the "decision" where Lebron followed some very bad advice which he probably regrets. And then there is the memory of the man putting a team on his shoulders and taking them to the NBA finals. That was a team that had NO business being there. To me the second outweighs the first.

    I also happen to believe that all athletes should be totally unrestricted free agents, free to go wherever they choose.

    The "decision TV show" was classless, but doesn't have to be met with an equal measure of classlessness.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LkwdSteve View Post
    Yes, it will be a circus, but a media-driven circus. This shows the negative influence of media when they grab onto something like a dog and won't let go.

    Z should get a ROUSING standing ovation. Lebron should get a postiive welcome too but milder than Z's.

    OK so we have the "decision" where Lebron followed some very bad advice which he probably regrets. And then there is the memory of the man putting a team on his shoulders and taking them to the NBA finals. That was a team that had NO business being there. To me the second outweighs the first.

    I also happen to believe that all athletes should be totally unrestricted free agents, free to go wherever they choose.

    The "decision TV show" was classless, but doesn't have to be met with an equal measure of classlessness.

    Just my opinion.
    Good to see you posting Steve, but your notion that LeBron is going to receive any applause tonight is a little absurd and not in touch with reality. You are from the 216 right? I mean is that what you anticipate or are you saying that he deserves applause??

    The LeBron apologists truly fascinate me. Yes, he did bring huge revenue to the city. But you don't mind that he wore a Yankee's lid to an Indian's game? That he showed up on the Cowboys' sideline at a Browns' game. How he did us in front of the world with the "Decision"?? Just water under the bridge huh?

    As a Clevelander I have every right to be pissed off and bitter towards that narcissistic punk. And for the life of me I can't understand why you aren't. If you were at the Q tonight you would seriously applaud him??? I don't get that on any level.

    I don't want anything bad to happen to LeBron tonight that would reflect poorly on our city. But I sure as hell hope that the crowd lets him know just how angry we are with his selfish actions, and how disrespected as Clevelanders we feel.

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