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Jul 9th 2010 9:59AM Mr. Gilbert's comments are totally off base, unprofessiona, and he is demonstrating that he is indeed a pathetic whiner, and a sore looser! Employees choose to leave organizations every day. Rarely, if ever do you see the CEO, or the Owner publicly blasting the "EMPLOYEE" after the employee made a decision to leave. The tone of his letter referencing that Labron is a hometown product seem to imply that he (Mr Gilbert) and Cleveland are "ENTITLED" to the services of Labron. How dispicable and ridiculous! What is the lessson Gilbert is trying to teach our kids -- that you are entitled to "get" everything without work?? Wake up Gilbert -- you are a looser! If according to the looser, Mr. Gilbert, Labron is "narcissistic, self-promotional, self anointed KING," why Mr. Gilbert did you keep him for 7 years??????????????? Seem to me you should have dumped Labron by trading him if he was so bad and narcissistic! The reason you didn't dump him is because he filled up the seats, and sold out every home game for the past 7 years. You reaped the benefit of his talent, failed to bring on the other missing pieces of a championship team, and when he (Labron) decided to move on, because Mr Gilbert is a looser and pathetic whiner, he is being trashed by his former Employer. How pathetic! Obviously Mr. Gilbert has money, but lacking in intelligence and common sense. I am waiting eagarly to see the long line of talented NBA free agents and draftees that are now rushing to to book flights to Cleveland's Hopkins Airport so they can play for an ungreatful owner who found it necessary to publicly trash one of the top 3 players in the league.. My 4 year old neice would say: Doh! Let me refresh your memory Mr. Gilbert, since you have no clue or respect for the history of some of the NBA greats: * Larry Bird grew up in Indiana, but played for the Boston Celtics* Magic Johnson grew up in Detroit, and played professionally in Los Angeles* Kareem grew up in New York City, and played in Milwaukee and Los Angeles* Michael Jordan was born in New York, grew up in the Carolinas, and played in Chicago.* Kobe was born in Italy, grew up in Philadelphia, and plays in Los Angeles. You should be thankful that you had 7 years of Labron in Cleveland to fill your seats, which were empty prior to Labron playing for the Cavs. So get over your self with this idiotic notion that you and the Cleveland Cavaliers were some how "ENTITLED" to Labron playing in Cleveland for life. Finally, since Labron took less money to play for Miami than he would have made had he stayed in Cleveland, that is clearly a reflection on the goofy owner, Mr. Gilbert and the Cavaliers. The Cavaliers will now be relegated back where they belong -- in the NCAA Big East League, clawing and scrating with Syracuse, Connecticut, and Pittsburgh.
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