LeBron James has been on the winning side of some major comebacks during his NBA career. Perhaps most famously, against the Spurs in Game 6 in the 2013 Finals. Commonly remembered as the Ray Allen Game.
Before LeBron was an NBA Champion though he was seen as a bit of a sore loser, much like Cam Newton is today. Well we found out today that while you make a champion out of Lebron, you can't take the loser out of him!
LeBron on the A&M comeback over UNI: "I would quit basketball. If I was on Northern Iowa, I would quit."
So basically the same guy that quit on Cleveland, quit on Miami, and probably wants to quit on Cleveland again (to be fair who wouldn't want to), would quit basketball if his team blew a 10 point lead with 45 seconds to go in the NCAA Tournament. The same NCAA Tournament that LeBron never even had an opportunity to participate in.
We know that's it's all the rage to bash LeBron for who he follows on twitter and instagram and as the most popular athlete in the world, his every move is analyzed and overanalyzed. But calling out mid-major college teams for going to double overtime with a number three seed also seems kind of harsh. Hey Lebron, how would you like it if we called you out for things like this?
Well we guess you were rightfully called out on those two. But hey, at least we didn't call you out on this!