Nothing wrong with a little schadenfreude

@jimmykimmel Jimmy Kimmel 70 years after WW2, LeBron James has America rooting for the German. Congratulations #Mavericks   LeBron James refers to himself in the third person, an unpardonable sin, says ATLmalcontent. There are other reasons to cheer for his comeuppance. The self-proclaimed king abandoned his hometown, choreographed “The Decision” to throw it in Cleveland’s … Continue reading Nothing wrong with a little schadenfreude

Expect to see Atlantans at their most sycophantic tonight

LeBron James, who does it all for the children, and the Miami Heat are in town for a meaningless exhbition game. Atlantans tend to be starstruck front-runners, and it’s especially ugly when those two qualities collide. The beneficiary? A ring-less star with an unmatched ego and a tendency to play the victim. At least Kobe … Continue reading Expect to see Atlantans at their most sycophantic tonight

MALCONTENT EXCLUSIVE: Hollywood to make film version of LeBron James infomercial

Score one for unrestrained self-aggrandizement: LeBron James ‘Decision’ scores big ratings I was not among the viewers, but the reviews have been unkind. Apparently James, who has won zero championships, talked about himself, aka “The King,” in the third person — not that it mattered to his handpicked audience of adoring children and obsequious ESPN … Continue reading MALCONTENT EXCLUSIVE: Hollywood to make film version of LeBron James infomercial

The 1st annual LeBron James Award for Outstanding Achievement in the Field of Self-Absorption

The Cleveland free agent will announce his decision on a hour-long special Thursday on ESPN. I’m not sure how they’ll eat up 60 minutes — perhaps musical numbers devoted to LeBron. His people pitched the special to ESPN, so there will be no shortage of ego on display. For the record, LeBron has won exactly … Continue reading The 1st annual LeBron James Award for Outstanding Achievement in the Field of Self-Absorption

move over, kanye

Your ego has some competition. LeBron James — who calls himself the “King,” as do the sycophants in the sports media — recently named his five favorite athletes growing up. Tops on his list? LeBron James, who’s still looking for his first NBA championship. He’s the perfect American hero — all ego, no accomplishment. –CB