NFL Net’s Stacey Dales has message for Lebron James Haters


NFL Network analyst and Chicagoan Stacey Dales has the correct approach for Lebron James haters. First off, I need to say that I hate the word “haters.” It’s stupid hipster slang to try and sound cool. But in this situation it certainly applies.

And I’m very sick of Lebron James and the Miami Heat, but I don’t hate them. Hatred is strong caring, a feeling. I don’t care and I don’t feel for them at all. Likewise with the San Antonio Spurs. As Ayn Rand said “indifference, not hate is the opposite of love.”


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Cleveland Cavaliers look to build around Kyrie Irving this off-season

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All things considered, there should actually be optimism regarding the Cleveland CavaliersKyrie Irving appears to be the face of the franchise that Cavs fans hoped they were getting with the top overall pick in the 2011 NBA Draft.  With four of the top 34 picks in the 2012 NBA Draft and a ton of cap space, management should look to build around Irving this off-season.
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How good might Harrison Barnes be in the NBA?

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There wasn’t a more highly touted recruit coming out of high school, other than LeBron James, than Harrison Barnes. People thought so highly of him that college basketball tabbed him as a preseason first team All-American. But his first few months of his freshman season were anything but All-American-esque. [Read more…]

Cleveland Cavaliers Continue Post-LeBron Makeover

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Like we are currently seeing in the NFL, the 2011 NBA off-season is up in the air with a lockout looming.  Free agency could be delayed and completely restructured depending on the new agreement reached by the owners and players.  Still, The Sports Bank will break down all thirty NBA teams over the next six weeks to see what areas they need to address in the off-season.

The Cleveland Cavaliers are in post-LeBron mode and have a ton of needs to address this off-season beginning with two lottery picks in this year’s NBA Draft.

By: David Kay

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