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So LeBron James got David Blatt fired as the coach of the first place Cavaliers. Like anyone didn’t see that one coming:
The bottom line is, LeBron James isn’t gonna allow himself to be coached by a Princeton Jew. He doesn’t have it in him to have a boss or someone who has any sort of authority over him, especially if they’re some no name Israeli like David Blatt.
And of course he was replaced by Tyronn Lue, a guy with zero head coaching experience. I will guarantee you this much – Bron-Bron will show Tyronn Lue a million times more respect than he did Blatt, even though Lue’s most memorable moment as a player was this:
I’m not saying that Lue won’t be a better coach than Blatt, but it’s just a scientific fact that Bron-Bron is much more likely to listen to and respect a black guy who played for the Lakers than he is a Jewish guy from Framingham who played in the Ivy League.
And unfortunately, this is how the NBA works. It’s the one sport where it is literally impossible to win without a superstar or Greg Popovich. There are only three or four possible teams who can win the NBA Champsionhip in any given year. This year it’s the Cavs, Spurs, Warriors, and MAYBE the Thunder. More than likely it will be one of the first three. And what do they all have in common? Studs. Unfortunately you are held hostage by your studs.
The Celtics won in 2008 because they had three studs. Luckily for us all three of them were character guys. And the fact of the matter is that they were much more likely to respect a guy like Doc Rivers (even though he had done nothing but lose as a coach previous to that) than they were to respect a guy like David Blatt.
But if your stud is a 6’8″ whining naniburger like Bron-Bron, you better get used to this. LeBron knew the second that he returned to Cleveland that he was gonna treat David Blatt like his bitch until they fired him. I’m honestly surprised it took this long.
This is yet another example of why Bron-Bron will never, ever sniff Jordan’s jockstrap. Keep in mind that when Jordan was Bron-Bron’s age he was playing minor league baseball for the White Sox. He could’ve won in 8 in a row with his eyes closed, but instead he settled for 6, none of which were ever in doubt. But Bron-Bron is now 31, and the way this team got facialized by Golden State last week it’s pretty clear that he’s probably not gonna win his third ring this year.
The bottom line is that the new face of the league isn’t LeBron James, it’s Steph Curry. He’s a million time more likable. He’s an assassin:
He led one of the most memorable runs in NCAA Tournament history, and most importantly he plays basketball for whoever the Warriors have hired to coach him, and he actually listens to them. He is the face of the NBA and the best player on the planet. Not Lebron.
P.S. If you wanna know why kids today are softer and bigger assholes than ever before, just look at their “role model.” The fact that this guy is the type of person who millions of kids look up to is the reason why we’re raising a society of overprivileged, me-first poopsmoochers.
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