LeBron James Is a Sack of Melons - NYTimes.com
Jared Sperli stashed this in humor
There comes a time in the life span of every culture when it becomes necessary to think obsessively about LeBron James.
The ancient Greeks had to do it in the 5th century B.C., when LeBron James was the most dominant athlete in the Olympic Games. Although he was still just a teenager, he won every event with apparent ease:
LeBron James is basketball -- all the beauty and problem of the sport embodied:
For roughly 10 years, in his current incarnation, LeBron James has been a flying contradiction — a man whose every positive virtue contains its own negation. He is (according to the popular narrative) both lovable and odious, a ball hog and too deferential, incredibly clutch and a choke artist. He is Schrödinger’s superstar: simultaneously one of the very greatest players of all time and a fundamentally flawed squanderer of talent. If anything, his championship this year will not simplify this story. It only makes it more complex.