Scnottaken wrote:I think you just inadventantly proved Puffy's point. I think his point all along was that people treat LeBron like they do Kobe, or any all time great, which is to call him out when he's played badly for his standards. In fact, a quick google search of "NBA finals 2010 Kobe" reveals MANY people were/are VERY salty at Kobe for that series. Of course, they were two different series, which is clearly evident if you watch them. Kobe didn't shoot particularly well that finals, in fact no one did. Hell, only 3 people averaged .500 FG% or above. That series was a grind it out, defensive series, where both teams didn't score over 100 pts in any game, and two games in which either team scored over 100. Compare that to this series, where. . . well the defense wasn't the focus. What may seem like "hating' is merely a call for equality in the sport and the way it's broadcast.
Just what I have been saying. It isn't about hating on Lebron at all. It is about giving him the scrutiny that seems to be the norm for every other great player.