Can you believe that even DeShawn Stevenson has jumped on the ‘LeBron Haters’ bandwagon. For the first time in his life, figuratively speaking, Stevenson scored more points in a game than LeBron James did. Stevenson finished with 11 while James only managed to score 8.
Yes, just 8 points. It’s fair to say LeBron had a bad game scoring the ball although he had 9 rebounds and 7 assists. Dwyane Wade led the team with 32 points and Chris Bosh scored 24, though their efforts all fell short.
After the Mavericks 86-83 Game 4 win last night over the Heat, the NBA Finals is tied at 2 games apiece. If I were a betting man, I would bet that LeBron’s upcoming Game 5 performance will be 3 times better than Game 4’s. I’m not the biggest LeBron James fan in the world, but I can objectively recognize and respect the talent he has on the court. What I really want to know; how is DeShawn Stevenson going to handle post game interviews tomorrow night after he is torched by James?