JBL Responds To Lebron James Blaming God For NBA Finals Loss

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Basketball superstar LeBron James’ Miami Heat came up short in the NBA finals, losing the decisive Game 6 against the Dallas Mavericks. In a post-game press conference, LeBron gave the following explanation as to why his star-studded team was unable to bring home the championship they promised the city of Miami: “The Greater Man upstairs know when it’s my time. Right now isn’t the time.”

It wasn’t that the Mavericks were a better team, it’s God’s fault. Former WWE superstar John Bradshaw Layfield has posted a lengthy response to the claims of “King James,” which he calls a classless move. JBL wrote on Facebook: “There are reportedly one billion people in this world that are hungry, several wars and people worldwide trying to get over terrible disasters-I don’t believe God cares who won the NBA Finals.”

“LeBron James brought his “talents” to South Beach, too bad those “talents” don’t include a heart-or the ability for correct introspection. Now, after the worst final choke in history his answer is that God didn’t want him to win. He tweeted “The greater man upstairs knows when it is my time. Right now isn’t the time.” At least he acknowledged that God is the greater man. Does this mean that God is a Maverick fan? Or that God was rooting for Dirk or Jason? Or that God was just rooting against Miami?… Thank God for your health, for your family, for the opportunity-but please don’t thank God anymore for sports victories-I don’t believe he is a sports fan, and I hope he is not because I hope he has bigger issues to work on.”

“And, PLEASE whatever you do-don’t blame him for your losses-that is just classless.??”Now as LeBron stated so emphatically-I’ll go back to my daily life as we commoners tend to do. Which isn’t so bad-and, BTW, I have as many rings as LeBron.”

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