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The LeBron James Show
The Heartbreak Kid comes home for one night
by WKSU's KABIR BHATIA


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LeBron and former teammate Mo Williams before tip-off. "I knew it was you Fredo, you broke my heart. You're nothing to me now."
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Cleveland's checkered sports history saw another King come and go Thursday night as LeBron James and the Miami Heat beat the Cavs.  WKSU's Kabir Bhatia asked fans to reflect on their City and their team...

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Only watch the 1st qtr. could not handle the rest - this was a horrible display of not wanting to win or even trying - The Cleveland Cav's fans deserve an apology from the owner. - How can you hug and greet the enemy of Cleveland sports - somebody the turned their back at Cleveland and laughed at us, How can you let somebody score 38 pts without one foul, what we needed was a few of the Browns on the field they will let you know (win or lose) how to handle a team you do not like - If the players put the same amount of emotion in the game as the fans - we would of at least came close to a win.


Posted by: Steve (North Yoyalton) on December 5, 2010 7:12AM
haha, Marshmallow Man

got to love the Indian accent at the end .... Browns rrrock. Indians ... rrrrrock.


Posted by: Rohan (Hudson) on December 3, 2010 10:12AM
Cavs certainly were not as good as the Heat. Now, I wonder, if Gilbert is REALLY serious about winning a championship here, what he will do to make the team a contender.


Posted by: GRN (HUDSON) on December 3, 2010 4:12AM
Nice to hear that not all the CAVS fans are as upset as the TV media makes them out to be. Good perspective on the story, made me feel like I was at the game.


Posted by: Gary (Solon) on December 3, 2010 3:12AM
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