Dallas won the NBA title on Sunday night on Miami‘s homecourt 105-95 for their first championship in franchise history. They put out the big bad wolf and silenced all the critics (including myself) who thought that 2006 still haunted them.
Well, if this series was any indication, Miami may have to spend five years being told that they are haunted by their epic collapse in the 2011 finals.
LeBron will still be telling us that we’ll be going back to our mortal lives and he’ll still be LeBron. He’ll still be reminding us how much better he is than us. He’ll still be acting like he is the greatest person who ever walked the planet. (I think Dwyane’s mom can help LeBron with that one–she’s a preacher.)
The fact remains that Dirk knew there was nobody to point the finger at but him. So, he called out Jason Terry, scored in droves, kept his team in games, led the comeback in game two, and took home the Finals MVP and a ring.
LeBron has said that Cleveland wasn’t good enough for him, so he left and went to Miami. Well, I guess he should ask for a trade this summer because, clearly, this supporting cast isn’t good enough for him. I mean, they didn’t win and he’s “the man”, right?
I thought this was supposed to be his team.
Oh, that’s right, I’ve been saying from day one that’s still Wade’s team. He was the one that was leading the charge. He was the one who was leading this team before LeBron got there, and he had to lead the team when the supposed “best player in the league” was on the floor.
If I’m Dirk, I can retire happy. If I’m Wade–I’m angry. Burning with the fire of a thousand hot suns. LeBron screwed this up for you.
And we thought Shaq selfish.