Wednesday, June 13, 2012

Same story, different team



Once again the world is cheering for the Miami Heat to lose. Okay, maybe not the world, but definitely the USA. Last year everywhere (except Florida maybe) people were cheering for the Dallas Mavericks. No one except the Heat fans wanted the Heat to win. Well, a year later? Same story, different team. Everyone is screaming "Thunder Up!" and keeping their fingers crossed the Oklahoma City Thunder win the Championship.

The team that brought together the three players that were going to bring titles, that had a ridiculous reveal show for their "new" team, and the "star" of which had an hour long decision show of will he stay or go . . . everyone hates Miami. And it shows.

Facebook is blowing up about how great it is to see the Heat lose. How happy it makes everyone that once again, Lebron James is only worth $0.75 (no 4th quarter, get it?). We're just waiting to see him cry again. We will laugh and cheer. Which, we shouldn't do. We shouldn't be mean to players, we shouldn't make fun of them . . . it's what we teach our kids, treat everyone how you want to be treated. Well, Lebron treated all his fans and the media like he was a god, so I guess he got what was coming.

If it had been the San Antonio Spurs and the Miami Heat, I may not have been able to watch the Finals series. But, I'm cheering so loudly for OKC that my neighbors probably hate me. And I'm okay with that. I'm betting they hate Miami more.
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So bring it OKC, cause this Mavs fan . . . . is currently your biggest supporter!!

PS. As a Dallas Mavericks fan, I understand what it means to love a team that never won a title, and the absolute joy it is when they do. Congrats to the LA Kings!! Couldn't be happier for your fans, they stood by you and even though I have no clue about anything hockey, I'm proud of you!

4 comments:

  1. I wonder if Lebron has ever considered playing hockey. They only play 3 periods so no 4th quarter to worry about.

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  2. As you know, I don't follow the NBA. At All. But even I am backing the Thunder. Lebron represents everything that's wrong with the league.

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  3. He's a crybaby and a sore loser. Can't wait for the Thunder to take the ring away from him! GO OKC!!

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  4. I'm totally cheering for OKC now that the Celtics are out :)

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