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    Re: L.A. Lakers fire coach Mike Brown

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    yes he was all his friends were allowed to do what ever they wanted.if he didnt want a player to gt signed to a contract that player wouldnt get signed.the cavs did what lebron wanted. before they made a trade he would have to accept it.
    You are confusing benefits from actually being a owner. You have yet to answer my question of which trades/free agency did LeBron specifically accept or reject? And like I said he did receive benefits along with many other players, he probably has gotten more than many other players since he is a superstar but one of owner/management main purposes is improving their team via trade/free agency/draft. In no way shape or form has LeBron been the guy that accepts/rejects players because he does not have the power too. The owner/management does, not players. So again stop getting confused with the two.
     
         
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    Re: L.A. Lakers fire coach Mike Brown

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    You are confusing benefits from actually being a owner. You have yet to answer my question of which trades/free agency did LeBron specifically accept or reject? And like I said he did receive benefits along with many other players, he probably has gotten more than many other players since he is a superstar but one of owner/management main purposes is improving their team via trade/free agency/draft. In no way shape or form has LeBron been the guy that accepts/rejects players because he does not have the power too. The owner/management does, not players. So again stop getting confused with the two.
    on all of them. its like with kobe they would ask do you like this trade and they say no then that trade wouldnt happen. they used to tell lebron every move they were going to make and if lebron disegreed then they wouldnt make the move
     
         

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    Re: L.A. Lakers fire coach Mike Brown

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    on all of them. its like with kobe they would ask do you like this trade and they say no then that trade wouldnt happen. they used to tell lebron every move they were going to make and if lebron disegreed then they wouldnt make the move
    It seems you can't answer a basic question, but I expected that since your claims was baseless and you couldn't support what you were posting. I'll say it again, yes LeBron received benefits (which many other players do) but he was not like a owner as you keep repeating.
     
         

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    Re: L.A. Lakers fire coach Mike Brown

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    yes he was all his friends were allowed to do what ever they wanted.if he didnt want a player to gt signed to a contract that player wouldnt get signed.the cavs did what lebron wanted. before they made a trade he would have to accept it.
    No.
    PUU brings out a very valid argument with the JJ hickson and amare trade. This did not push thru because the basketball operations officer of the cavs really thought that hickson was a keeper, which right about now they are hugely regretting.

    the cavs did what lebron wanted
    The cavs essentially drafted lebron in 2003 and did nothing to help him. I can only name 3 players Lebron has played with that was actually worth remembering, Anderson Varejão, Shaquille O'Neal (because he is a future hall of famer), and Mo Williams (because he was actually pretty good). The point is that these were honestly fringe players who Cleveland organization expected Lebron to win with, which he did not.
     
         

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    Re: L.A. Lakers fire coach Mike Brown

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    It seems you can't answer a basic question, but I expected that since your claims was baseless and you couldn't support what you were posting. I'll say it again, yes LeBron received benefits (which many other players do) but he was not like a owner as you keep repeating.
    yes u are right
     
         

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    Re: L.A. Lakers fire coach Mike Brown

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    No.
    PUU brings out a very valid argument with the JJ hickson and amare trade. This did not push thru because the basketball operations officer of the cavs really thought that hickson was a keeper, which right about now they are hugely regretting.


    The cavs essentially drafted lebron in 2003 and did nothing to help him. I can only name 3 players Lebron has played with that was actually worth remembering, Anderson Varejão, Shaquille O'Neal (because he is a future hall of famer), and Mo Williams (because he was actually pretty good). The point is that these were honestly fringe players who Cleveland organization expected Lebron to win with, which he did not.
    and yes u are right to
     
         

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