As much as it may surprise you, not everyone is going to fall in love with LeBron James again now that he is an NBA champion. In the cacophonous aftermath of the Miami Heat championship, no storyline is more baffling than this idea that LeBron James must be loved again now that he won a title. (Although, you can make a point that all the grandstanding hyperbole in the aftermath of any championship these days is unbearable. The final buzzer hadn't even sounded in Game 5 and already analysts were making predictions about how many championships the Heat would win, LeBron's legacy, LeBron's likability, etc.) No, it's ok to still not be in love with LeBron James. After all, a title doesn't suddenly justify how he took his talents to South Beach... especially to the people of Northeast Ohio. That's where Cleveland weatherman Mark Johnson steps in with this weather report. If only the NBA season ended in January instead of June...
in other similar news, andy carroll and ashley young have become the latest british poster boys for diving in the EPL.
Long thought to be the domain of stinky foreigners, homegrown players of the next generation alons with City's Adam Johnson and Bale from Spurs are the new breed of english divers following the older better known ones like Rooney, Lampard and Gerrard.
While the english technical game is miles away from even the smallest european nation, the country can proudly hold its own when it comes to faking a PK.