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Cleveland Mayor Buries the Hatchet and Congratulates LeBron for His Big Win

When LeBron James left Cleveland, some of the fans took the streets and burned his jersey because they felt insulted.  But James stuck to his guns and left for Miami, where he would not have to win the championship all by himself.  It worked, and now LeBron has the title that he could never win while he played for Cleveland.

Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson told TMZ that ”LeBron James is one of the most talented players in the world,” giving James the props that he deserved.  But then there are some who would say that the man who just won the NBA MVP, the Finals MVP and the Championship series while recording a triple double could be defined as THE best player in the world.  But haters are gonna hate, and that’s the way it’s going to be.

“Congratulations to him and I wish him well in the future,” Jackson continued, further ending the feud between LeBron and the city to which he gave the best years of his life.

But people are rarely satisfied, so there are always going to be Cleveland fans who are bitter.  James probably doesn’t really care.

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4 Responses to Cleveland Mayor Buries the Hatchet and Congratulates LeBron for His Big Win

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  2. Odessa Cleveland Reply

    June 24, 2012 at 12:11 am

    Major Jackson did the right thing.

  3. Studio Reply

    June 24, 2012 at 5:10 pm

    Bottom line! The NBA is a business. If a person wants to get ahead in life they may have to make changes and sometimes they leave the company you work for because the company across the street has a bigger better deal that suits your needs.. That being said Labron did what was best for Labron and it was a business decission nothing more. I’ve never seen people get angry at a person because they left a company because there was greater promise in the next. Cleveland shouldn’t be bitter that’s just childish if not selfish. Labron has to live for Labron because at the end of the day it’s just Labron not Labron and Cleveland.. that being said.. Congradulations Labron and oh great career move because your Career choice took your new company to the championship level and you just got employee of the year.

  4. CW Reply

    June 24, 2012 at 8:19 pm

    This is a GREAT article, and I thank you for reporting the facts.
    LeBron left one job for another , one that offered him an opportunity to advance….something that we ALL do. He did the job that he was paid to do while playing for Cleveland, and he owes them nothing more.
    Dan Gilbert (Cavs owner) should be the one apologizing to the Cleveland fans for a promise that he did not keep. At the height of his pisstivity, he told the fans (and LeBron), that he “PROMIsED” to bring a championship to them BEFORE LEBRON brought one to Cleveland…..
    Egg on face…you bet.
    Cleveland fans really need to get over themselves .

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