LeBron James critics are now going to have to come up with some different material to taunt him with. The man finally got his championship ring.
In an NBA final series where many thought Oklahoma City Thunder’s Kevin Durant would lead his team to defeat the Miami Heat in six games, the Heat stole it in five.
I admit when Thunder won game one, I thought the series would be close, but I never lost faith in James; it was his year to win.
He didn’t want to be like Clay Aiken, coming in second twice. The only thing aching was Aiken’s heart when he lost the American Idol and Celebrity Apprentice competitions.
Now one of the most scrutinized and loved players, has proven he’s one of the NBA’s greatest. No one’s better than Michael Jordan of course, but that’s another story.
As cliché as it sounds, if you learned anything from James in his quest to get his ring, it’s that if you want your dreams bad enough, you’ll make it happen no matter how long it takes you. He’s inspiring to me.
My father and I disagree with the way he left Cleveland. But many forget that the money raised in “The Decision” went to charity.
Unfortunately, James has left others behind who are still waiting on a ring; poor Jennifer Aniston.
Christina Calloway writes for Clovis Media Inc. and humor in her spare time. She hopes the LeBron James hate will finally come to an end.