The Cleveland Cavaliers are in trouble. Tuesday’s 106-100 loss to the Houston Rockets saw the team blow yet another 20-point lead.
James’ social media usage is more passive aggressive than my ex-girlfriends perplexing subtweets, and much more difficult to decipher. For whatever reason, he has decided to behave like an emotional 20 year-old female on social media.
Leader? I think not.
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Kyrie Irving has followed James’ lead on Twitter, sending out his own cryptic tweets. Kevin Love just seems like an awkward relative at a family get together when interacting with the other members of the Cavaliers’ disappointing trio. Love has seemingly lost all confidence in his offensive game, possibly due to to a career low usage rate (22.2).
If “The Chosen One” wants to call himself a leader, he should begin acting his age. I was hoping he would learn a thing or two from his best pal that plays for the Miami Heat during his time with the franchise.
James was no locker room leader in Miami, that burden was bestowed upon a proven, mature leader of men, Dwyane Wade.
During Tuesday’s loss, James donned a suit and seemingly played coach behind head coach Tyronn Lue. To be blunt, what has James done to deserve playing coach for a night?
Sure, he has been dominating on the court, but his condescending, passive aggressive nature is rearing its ugly head as he faces adversity. He left Cleveland originally to join his buddies on South Beach, because the challenge of bringing a title to The Land was just too difficult.
James’ social media usage is more passive aggressive than my ex-girlfriends perplexing subtweets, and much more difficult to decipher.
Yes, he is the greatest athlete in Cleveland sports history, but he’s a player and needs to stop acting superior to his other teammates. Watch closely, if Love or Irving makes a bad pass or turns the ball over, a condescending glare is certain to come from James.
His on court behavior, especially during the Brooklyn Nets loss, was both alarming and eye-opening. James’ on court mannerisms make him look like a child.
Why would Irving and Love buy into a self-proclaimed leader that can’t address his concerns in a mature manner? Seriously, James’ cryptic social media activity is worse than a group of sorority girls. It’s ridiculous.
I’ve always given James the benefit of the doubt, but that time has passed. He has no master plan. He doesn’t have the leadership abilities to guide a team through adversity. He needs his pal Wade.
If LeBron James continues to behave like an emotional teenage girl, he will never win a championship in Cleveland. No on court chemistry exists for the Cleveland Cavaliers currently, and it probably has something to do with James’ and Irving’s inability to make sacrifices and include Love on the offensive end.
The Cleveland Cavaliers were 30-11 when head coach David Blatt was fired, and played much better defense. Under Lue? The Cavaliers are 22-11.
Somebody needs to step up, be a leader, and stay off of Twitter. Sadly, that somebody doesn’t exist on the Cleveland Cavaliers roster. When the going gets tough, LeBron James reverts back to an adolescent.