"LeBron James' fans were less than impressed by the NBA star's behavior at Tuesday's release party for the Interscope soundtrack to his documentary, "More Than a Game." The Cleveland Cavaliers forward rolled into Marquee more than three hours late and immediately sequestered himself in VIP with his 50-person entourage. Says one guest, "LeBron was unbelievably rude. He was mean to everyone who tried to talk to him and threw temper tantrums when things weren't going his way." At least the player showed his sweet side to famous folk like Mary J. Blige and Akon before he jetted. A rep for James didn't return calls for comment."
That was the short article published on the Fox Sports web site (under their "Gossip Page") - but has now mysteriously disappeared. There are still broken links to the story on the CBS Sports page, NY Daily News and other sites.
Interesting that you can search the Fox site and find NO reference to the story now....
Well in the interest of putting forth a "balanced" view of LeBron James (ie: looking for any and all ways to bash LeBaby to offset the NBA's incredible media hype), I decided that this needs to be posted somewhere where it won't mysteriously disappear.
Oh yeah, one more thing: If this was a movie about his High School team, his teammates and his home town (Akron, OH); then why was the release party held in New York?
[TAI Ed. Note: FYI - here's the NY Daily News link]
Is there a conspiracy by the NBA and main stream media to show only LeBron's "good" side?
Yes - There's too much evidence to suggest otherwise. (176 votes)
NO - Rook, you're just a LeBron hater. Admit it. (31 votes)
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