LeBron Earns Respect of Chicago Fans

After watching these first four games of the 2010 NBA Playoffs, I find it hard for anyone to question the simple fact that King LeBron James is the best basketball player in the world.  He has single-handedly torched the Chicago Bulls for 35 points, nine rebounds and eight assists per night this series and has obtained the utmost respect from Bulls fans.

I went to check out some of the forums on the Bulls’ website this morning and found several posters awarding ‘Bron the title Greatest Player Ever – which is quite the accomplishment from fans of the franchise that gave birth to His Airness.  Here’s a look at what some Bulls fans are saying on realgm.com:

by Polynice4Pippen on Sun Apr 25, 2010 5:18 pm

The cream eventually rises to the top. Hopefully we go to Cleveland and fight, give them a real scare. But once again, LeBron happens. I give respect where respect is due.


by Jerry Krizause on Sun Apr 25, 2010 5:28 pm

- If you are one of these Bulls fans that does not want Lebron James then you are beyond retarded. Know that helpless feeling that you have watching games like today? You will have that for like the next 10 years as a Bulls fan if he stays on the Cavs. I would rather have James than a Bosh/Joe Johnson combo of whatever other idiodic debates that people have on this board. He is better than Michael Jordan. I have hated the hype he gets in the past, by my God, he deserves it. He is just the greatest ever, I’m sorry.


by sdeezy on Sun Apr 25, 2010 5:31 pm

Lebron is a scary mofo…i seriously have no idea what we are going to do with this guy for the next decade.

And as much as I dislike Joakim Noah, even he called the King “the greatest player in the world” in his post-game interview last night. 

How incredible is it that a 30-10-8 series average is drawing very little attention from ESPN?  We are very spoiled (just as Chicago was with MJ) to have a guy who produces such monstrous numbers every single time he steps on the floor.

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