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    Biggest mental midget...

    Dwight Howard or Lebron James? I ask this question because Lbj has been accused and rightfully so of being mentally weak. As has DH. Which is the biggest peon of the mind between the two???

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    Quote Originally Posted by majmarcus View Post
    Dwight Howard or Lebron James? I ask this question because Lbj has been accused and rightfully so of being mentally weak. As has DH. Which is the biggest peon of the mind between the two???
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    Dwight and it's not even close. Lebron has shown way more than D12 and two Indecisions > The Decision.
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    Dwight is a man-child.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThunderousDemon View Post
    Dwight is a man-child.
    since miami won, does that mean lebron won't be signing with the lakers?

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    Dwight. Getting with D Wade toughened Lebron up. Dwight is still a child that wants everybody to like him...

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    Dwight. LeBron has easily shed that label with his play the last two seasons. Nothing but respect for him now. He's made up his mistakes with the decision and whatnot.

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    Easily has to be Dwight right now.

    Lebron tends to get caught up in the moment both for the good and bad as we seen numerous times, but Dwight is just simply immature and mentally weak, when you start playing him physically he tends to lose his composure, while shooting free throw he's worried.

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    Dwight even though it's an odd question. Kind of unsure why LeBron is even being brought up. What examples of LeBron make you mention him?

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    LeBron shouldn't even be in the discussion. It's Dwight.
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    As far as talent goes, without a doubt Melo is the best player the knicks have ever had. I think Melo is the best player in the league right now so i think after he wins us a ring this year he would have to be considered the best knick ever. Melo will become the new Jordan of the league we are so lucky to have him!!!

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    Dwight, LeBron doesn't belong here.

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    LeBron had this label back in Cleveland, yes. But he's proven now.
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    If Jimmer were to be given free reign offensively, the team would basically quit on the organization out of jealousy and envy. The white man is the minority in this game and the black players will be damned if the white man shows him up at his own game. Similar situation happening with Kevin Love, the team has to surround him with foreigners and whites because black players won't succumb to the greatness that is Kevin Love.

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    Quote Originally Posted by majmarcus View Post
    Dwight Howard or Lebron James? I ask this question because Lbj has been accused and rightfully so of being mentally weak. As has DH. Which is the biggest peon of the mind between the two???
    let's see.......

    One is a player who has now chased himself out of 2 cities, and signed a deal as a 28 year old to attempt to win a ring.

    The other, was a player who put a **** team on his back and finally got his own help, and has now won back to back titles as the best player in the game.

    Your question is rhetorical....

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    I fail to see how LeBron is mentally weak anymore. It's very possible that NO ONE in the history of sports has ever been so universally hated for less than LeBron has. Regardless of how publicly-bad "The Decision" was, literally the only bad thing LeBron has ever done was go from a horrible team to a good one when he was a free agent. That's all. And people hated on him like he actually did something morally repulsive. For 2 years, the guy couldn't catch a break no matter what he did. Now, he's gone from a choker to back-to-back Finals MVPs and has shut up just about every critic along the way while asserting his dominance as the clear-cut best player in the game and coming up big when his team needed him the most. Now, LeBron looks like a cold-blooded assassin who realizes that no one in the world can stop him. When he wants to, he simply takes over games. He's basically the complete opposite of "mentally weak" now.

    Dwight Howard has gotten coaches fired, toyed with teams because of his indecisions, and acted like a huge spoiled baby along the way. ''It's not like he's even in LeBron's class of basketball player. He's a dominant defensive player with little-to-no offensive ability outside of dunking. He's a game changer for sure, but not one that can win a championship on his own, and he's shown to not be able to handle pressure at all.

    I'd even throw Carmelo Anthony in the mix for "mentally weakest." The guy lets every bad call get to his head, affect his shooting, quits on defense, and goes into recluse mode when things don't go his way. He got completely mentally psyched out in the Indiana series by Lance Stephenson, and shrunk away when his team needed him to carry them. He always seems to fly under the radar when it comes to these kinds of things.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yanks All Day View Post
    I fail to see how LeBron is mentally weak anymore. It's very possible that NO ONE in the history of sports has ever been so universally hated for less than LeBron has. Regardless of how publicly-bad "The Decision" was, literally the only bad thing LeBron has ever done was go from a horrible team to a good one when he was a free agent. That's all. And people hated on him like he actually did something morally repulsive. For 2 years, the guy couldn't catch a break no matter what he did. Now, he's gone from a choker to back-to-back Finals MVPs and has shut up just about every critic along the way while asserting his dominance as the clear-cut best player in the game and coming up big when his team needed him the most. Now, LeBron looks like a cold-blooded assassin who realizes that no one in the world can stop him. When he wants to, he simply takes over games. He's basically the complete opposite of "mentally weak" now.

    Dwight Howard has gotten coaches fired, toyed with teams because of his indecisions, and acted like a huge spoiled baby along the way. ''It's not like he's even in LeBron's class of basketball player. He's a dominant defensive player with little-to-no offensive ability outside of dunking. He's a game changer for sure, but not one that can win a championship on his own, and he's shown to not be able to handle pressure at all.

    I'd even throw Carmelo Anthony in the mix for "mentally weakest." The guy lets every bad call get to his head, affect his shooting, quits on defense, and goes into recluse mode when things don't go his way. He got completely mentally psyched out in the Indiana series by Lance Stephenson, and shrunk away when his team needed him to carry them. He always seems to fly under the radar when it comes to these kinds of things.
    boom. Thread.

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