(The Face of the Winners or Losers?)
While everybody except me sat in shock as the Celtics erased a double digit lead and won by double digits last night EXACTLY like I predicted things took a turn for the worse for the Cavs in the post game press conference. There were 3 disgusting moments that I can’t even imagine what I’d do if they happened to me as a fan. I decided I wouldn’t be doing my job if I didn’t rank them from least emascaulating to the city of Cleveland to most emasculating.
3.Ty Lue Saying the Celts Gooned It Up
There is nothing worse than crybaby losers and this was the epitome of it. Poor, poor Tye Lue complaing that the Celtics play too rough. That we’re a bunch of meany pants. That we stole their lunch money and stuffed them in locker. Boo hoo boo hoo. Meanwhile he’s got JR Smith out there literally trying paralyze people. Like it’s one thing to complain like a baby that the other team is too mean and it’s another to complain while your players are the ones committing the dirtiest plays in the history of the NBA. So embarrassing.
2. Lebron and Kevin Love Giggling Like School Children
I blogged this last night but it’s worth repeating. Picture this. You just blew a double digit lead. The entire city of Boston just gave you a facial. The Celtics blew your doors off. And you are just laughing your asses off at the press conference like you don’t have a care in the world. Like you just won the title. It made me want to puke and I’m not even a Cavs fan.
1. Lebron saying He won’t lose any sleep over the game
Do you remember when the Celtics lost to the Lakers in 86 and Larry Bird called his teammates a bunch of sissies and threw his car keys in a fit of rage? That’s how you should act when you lose a finals game. That’s how you light a fire under your teammates asses. Meanwhile Lebron is out here saying he’s gonna sleep like a baby. How is that possible? Probably because he doesn’t give a shit about Cleveland or winning anymore. He knows he’s leaving Cleveland again and that the Cavs will be the worst team in the league for the next 50 years. Think he cares? Nope. Not his problem. It’s Cleveland’s problem. He can leave whenever he wants. The poor people who live there are stuck with nothing to look forward to except cold winters and 0-16 football teams. Poor, poor Cleveland indeed.