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Comment from: chris kiagiri [Visitor]
nice comparison, not to mention the fact that the two phenoms share the same birthday.
05/19/06 @ 13:37
Comment from: Wayne [Visitor]
I would like to see King James upset the Pistons, but I think they'd go the way of the Lakers. The Pistons took the Cavs for granted, and like the Suns, once they go to another gear, it's all over.

The only player in the NBA destined to be the heir apparent to Michael Jordan is King James. Hear, hear!
05/19/06 @ 19:01
Comment from: Lisa Myers [Visitor]
Time and time again, "King" James proves that he has the talent and the capacity to shoulder the responsibility to take the Cavs to the winning side of the scoreboard. It remains to be seen, however, if the fairytale will come true. After all that responsibilty is alot for anyone to shoulder is it not? Don't get me wrong here....
This Wheeling-ite hopes that the dream comes true; after all fairytales should have happy endings! Cavs fans surely would LOVE that!
That aside, it really HAS been magical to watch this "heir apparent"!
05/20/06 @ 00:25
Comment from: Danny [Visitor]

Great comparison. I still think that Lebron goes home on Sunday though.
05/21/06 @ 05:31
Comment from: Brad [Visitor]
Well, Lebron did go home yesterday but it was thrilling to watch. I live near Cleveland and although I'm a college basketball fan and most of the time refuse to watch NBA games, watching Lebron play most of this past season has been a real treat. He can take over a game much like Jordan could in his prime and like Tiger often does in Majors. I wonder if the two of them have any kind of relationship?
05/22/06 @ 05:26

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