I say don't complain about getting showed up if your losing...winning is fun, and you can't fault someone for having fun while winning...as long as its not dirty.
yeah, I didn't see anything too wrong with LeBron dancing. But Noah was just sitting down saying something, LeBron probably made it a bigger deal by approaching the bulls bench. He should have just smiled and left it alone since his team was winning.
I'm also siding with Noah here. LeBron is a nice guy, but I don't think he has the best sportsmanship. I have no problem with celebrating when you win, but there is a such thing as excessive celebrating. LeBron and the Cavs showboat more than any other team in the league... Pre, during and post game... I also think that if you're quick to celebrate when you win, you should be quick to congratulate your opponent when you lose. That's just good sportsmanship.
As far as the Bulls making the playoffs... It's still early, but if I had to say now... I'd say they'll just miss that eight spot.
There's always a good side to such thing but to do it like a smack on your opponents face, that's just faulty... But hey, the Cavs have always been that kind of team... I think they are the biggest showboating team in the NBA today... During pre-game warm-ups, they'd do crazy stuff that could be considered hilarious... I feel for Joakim because the guy is all about WANTING to win and it must have been frustrating for someone like him to lose and then get slapped through all those "taunts"/celebration that the Cavs were doing...
noah was dancing and blowing kisses to the ucla cheerleaders in the championship game, so he doesn't have much room to talk that ugly gap toothed punk. Just kidding, i like him sticking up for his team in this situation. You should be pissed down 20
LOL... What goes around comes around I guess...
the best way to shut a player up and stop them from celebrating or making a fool of you is to win. if you are losing you cant really say nothing
The Cavs are the biggest showboating team in the NBA, going into the Eastern Conference Finals even coach Mike Brown showed little respect for Orlando in the playoffs which made it even a sweeter victory for the Magic. Lebron is the 1st or 2nd best player in the league depending on who you talk to, so he can back up his antics, but If the Cavs get knocked out of the playoffs this season he better be prepared to deal with the other team dancing.