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Published: Monday, June 13 2011 2:09 p.m. MDT

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LKA
Tremonton, UT

How can a crybaby AARROOOGANT spoiled brat be good for anything. LBJ is a loozer until he can be a real person. No he is not good for anything.IMO Thanks

CocoNutzz
Salt Lake City, UT

Like it or not LBJ is good for basketball. The ratings this year have gone through the roof. The highest its been in 10+ years. If not for LBJ people wouldnt pay attention to the playoffs. His haters will watch just so he can fail. His fans will watch just to see him succeed. Everybody wins (David Stern comes out lookin like roses)

Striker
Omaha, NE

I'm disappointed in all the people who are really bashing him now. He's a human who does crazy things. He hasn't killed or hurt anyone, but just wants to win a championship. I think all the people are now suddenly really hating him, calling him totally arrogant and thinking he is better than everyone, need to look in the mirror. When you put someone down and do nothing but loathe and despise someone, that is putting you above them and making you arrogant. It's disgusting and I'm ashamed of so many people LKA who feel the need to hate so much. Hate is a disease in this country, and so many people are incurable at this point.

philaD
Clifton Heights, PA

Absolutely he is good for basketball's bottom dollar. Everyone loves watching someone like LeBron go down. He's not a great role model, but that's not the point of this article. I agree with Striker, he's no criminal. He's just a human who speaks his mind occasionally. Says what most of us would say behind closed doors. Eh, not the end of the world.

I'm no LeBron fan by the way, I enjoyed watching the HEat lose as much as the next guy. But I also can acknowledge that LeBron is an amazing athlete. I don't hate the guy. Some people are way too animated about this guy.

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