Wednesday, July 07, 2010

Can a Meteor Hit LeBron?

I know it is uncouth to wish for an athlete to get hurt, but I cannot be the only one who would love to see LeBron James rip his ACL while signing his contract on ESPN Thursday night.

And yeah, you might not have heard. James is going to sign his contract on live television.

If James decides to jump ship, Cleveland should be contracted. No, not the Cavaliers organization ... the entire city of Cleveland. Honestly, Cleveland would have no reason to exist from that point going forward. You could contract the Indians and then move the Browns to Los Angeles. Not like it would be the first time a Cleveland football franchise moved to Los Angeles.

Not sure what to do with the Rock-n-Roll Hall of Fame. Maybe move it to Jersey or something. But honestly Cleveland, this will be the end of your town if James leaves.

3 comments:

Bokolis said...

Have you ever been to Cleveland? That dump of a town ended about the time Steinbrenner left.

Bain said...

Here is what I want to see. LeBron is picking up the pen to sign the contract, when suddenly Mel Gibson bursts into the room and, mistaking the ceremony for a press conference by his wife and her legal team, sets the place on fire and forces James to blow him while it burns.

I'd tune in to see that, probly.

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