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    Saturday, December 18, 2010

    NY Post Calls LeBron James, Chicken

    LeBron James was supposed to be joining the New York Knicks this year but all of a sudden he changed his mind and decided to join the Miami Heat instead.

    Because of that decision it prompted the New York fans to hate him.

    It was evident in the New York post article written by Marc Berman. He called LeBron James as The Chicken!

    He wrote it because he thinks that LeBron ran like a chicken when he chose Miami over New York.

    Marc Berman said:
    LeBron James had his chance to own New York City like Amar’e Stoudemire owns it now. And James chickened out. That will be LeBron’s legacy to New Yorkers, even if he wins a couple of titles in the sunny city where New Yorkers retire. Welcome back to New York, LeCon. For two years, Chicken A La King James was on the lips and minds of every New York basketball fan and Knicks executive as he approached free agency.

    He really hates LeBron James that he expressed all his sentiments, attacking even LeBron's future reputation to New Yorkers. He didn't stop there. He also said:
    Not to ruffle LeBron’s feathers before the big game, but perhaps the Knicks got lucky and got the better fit for New York. Perhaps James, forced to play point guard in New York since the Knicks would have had no money for Felton, would have failed to elevate the Knicks into winners the way Stoudemire has. Perhaps LeBron would have succumbed to the bright lights and the “savior” pressures.

    LeBron was the primary choice of New York. The other prospects were Wade and Bosh. All of them are now teamates. The fact that all of them turned New York down, the New Yorkers are really mad at them.

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