Originally posted by LA9erFan:
Haha, that GIF is awesome. I don't think it' s a coincidence that LeBron started winning titles right around the same time he started being an a*****e. That's f**kin' great. That's exactly what you want out of your leader/best player.
From reading hoopshype and articles on ESPN...it seems like they're a very close group. Lebron apologized to Chalmers few minutes later during a timeout, then publicly in the post game interview...and then on Twitter. But yes, what has changed from Cleveland is - that attitude off the court didn't make him hesitant to call out his team-mates on the court. And I completely agree that you need your best player to do just that. We saw him yelling at Wade and Bosh in last year's playoffs.