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Mo Williams Is Gay For Lebron James

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Posted By: The Booze at 9:41 am

22 Sep 2010

Yahoo - Mo Williams is 27, healthy and has three years and $26 million remaining on his Cleveland Cavaliers contract. But none of that mattered much to him this summer after he watched LeBron James leave the Cavs to join the Miami Heat. Williams said he was so depressed by James’ exit that he considered walking away from the NBA.

“That’s how bad it got,” Williams said. “I contemplated it. I really sat down and envisioned life after basketball. …I really saw myself not playing.

“As anyone tied to the Cavs, you want to be in denial,” Williams said. “…You never want to say, ‘Yeah, OK, he’s gone.’ ”

Williams didn’t hide his disappointment, even tweeting in the hours after the announcement that he hoped James would change his mind. Williams also publicly expressed his regret for how James broke the hearts of Clevelanders and for the earlier firing of coach Mike Brown, who had lost James’ support.

“This summer was very, very stressful for me,” Williams said. “I really lost a lot of love for the game this summer.

“You play this game for one reason. You play to win games and win championships. I couldn’t understand why a lot of things were happening to our organization, to a really good basketball team. I couldn’t really understand it. And when you don’t understand things, it can really stress you out.”

Since when does losing a teammate make someone want to quit basketball? What kind of an athlete goes to the press with these quotes? The guy sounds like he just got dumped by Megan Fox for a guy with a bigger dick. In reality, he lost a very good teammate in a sport that pays him $26M over the next 3 years. If he thought about throwing that all away over Lebron James, then that’s super homo.

Mo Williams is supposed to be a leader on his team. He’s supposed to motivate and lead by example. Instead we’re witnessing a mental breakdown. He is admitting defeat at the loss of one player. Admitting that Lebron was the driver and he was just along for the ride. He’s basically telling his current teammates that he has no faith in them. That is no way to lead a team.

I’m a very competitive person. That’s the way my whole family is. I’ve played sports with some remarkable athletes, but as much as I respected their talent, I never felt satisfied being 2nd fiddle. The drive to be the best on the court, ice, field, etc. is what brought out the best in me. The makeup of a great team should be built on that attitude. I was under the impression that all the best athletes thought this way. Apparently Mo Williams does not. While Delonte West was busy getting in Lebron’s mom’s pants, Mo was trying to get into Lebron’s.

By the way….This is how I’m picturing Mo Williams right now.

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