Allright, now I get where you're coming from.LakersFan2003 wrote:BryantDunkGiant wrote:It's just a nickname anyway. Even if he isn't "King" now, he's got PLENTY of time to prove himself. He's putting up amazing numbers for his age if you consider that.
It may well be a nickname but he still has it tattooed on his body. And the boy couldn't even win his state title last year...
But yes, for an 18 year old he put up good numbers... against the Washington Wizards (and nobody else).
But for any King, any savior of basketball, any $90million shoe contract, still a bust.
But doing well, for a kid of 18 years. Again, I didn't say he was a bust because his performance in not on par with your typical 18 year old ... I said he was a bust because of the contracts he has signed, the label given to him by the media, and the big tattoo (and t-shirts), he wears that proclaim him King.
I agree he doesn't deserve a $90 million shoe contract when Kobe only gets $45 mil.
By doing that they're putting WAY too much pressure on a young kid that's still not even close to being fully developed.
I still think in due time LeBron will perfect his game and make his mark on NBA history.