Showing posts with label legacy. Show all posts
Showing posts with label legacy. Show all posts

Tuesday, February 6, 2018

Is Lebron James Hurting His Legacy In Cleveland?

For the longest time everyone though Lebron James legacy was cemented in time, but this season it has taken a hit. I use to think King James always gave max effort, but lately that has not been the case. At times James has seem disinterested in games, and even his teammates no longer listen to him. James wants out of Cleveland, but won't waive his no trade clause. If he did that he could be shipped somewhere where he does not want to go.

James right now is not on friendly terms with the owner and front office personnel, that means it could get a lot uglier for the Cavaliers. I do not think this relationship can be repaired. James is going to leave Cleveland and it seems not on good terms either. It will be interesting to see if James can get his teammates to play as a team again. If not I could see this team not making the playoffs. No matter how great James is he is only one guy he cannot do it all.

Saturday, June 14, 2014

Will Losing To Spurs Tarnish Lebron's Legacy

It looks like Lebron James could find himself 2-2 in NBA Finals after Sunday night unless some kind of miracle happens. Will a loss tarnish his legacy in people's eyes? The truth is the Spurs are a much better team then the Heat. When I was making predictions about this series I said a team will always beat one man every time.Michael Jordan had to learn this lesson the hard way as well. You cannot pin this loss on King James this time around. Miami is asking James to do everything and that is just not possible.

The Spurs are better in every part of the game right now. They are making the extra pass and playing as a team. Miami looks tired and when you are tired you become a beaten team. I look for San Antonio to end it Sunday, but it will not hurt Lebron's legacy as he is only one man. He did not get the help he needed in the series and that is why they are down 3-1.

Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Pat Summitt Steps Aside As Vols Coach And Leaves A Special Legacy

When you talk about Tennessee Vols women basketball the name Pat Summitt will be forever linked to it. Today, she stepped down as head coach and will be a special adviser to the program. Summit leaves with eight National Titles to her credit and over 1,000 wins as a head coach. 

Pat Summitt diagnosis with early onset dementia-Alzheimer's type and everyone knew it would be just a matter of time before she stepped down. Her legacy will be one of a great coach that did things the right way on and off the court. She molded young ladies into leaders and taught them a lot. She will be missed by her players, but it is good that she will still be around it. Pat Summitt was one of the good ones and will be missed as a coach, but most of all as a mentor on a daily basis to her layers.

Tom Brady Playing With House Money Right Now

  When Tom Brady decided to leave New England many people felt Brady was making  a mistake after all, could he actually win without Coach Bi...