LeBron James’ Nike Commercial Gets the Cleveland Remix and the Southpark Spoof

Nearly 4 months after “The Decision” and two weeks into the NBA season, LeBron James is still facing backlash for everything he does and says.

His latest move was a Nike commercial based around the theme of “what should I do.”   You can watch it here.

Spoofs have been popping up all over the internet, (most of them being not funny) but this weeks are pretty good!

The first one is sour grapes from the city of Cleveland , who’s fans still continue to call the man a “quitter” and “traitor”.  Yes, the same man they were crowded around their televisions with their fingers crossed hoping he would say “Cleveland” during ‘the decision.’  The same man the owner was ready to pay $130 million dollars for his “talents” , which he later called over-rated.

The second is actually a spoof from South Park.  They took the James commercial and put it in BP’s perspective. With a quick jab from Cartman at the end.

Both are pretty good.   But believe the hype.  James and Miami are a force.  The Cavs has a little first game luck, but have since tanked 4 in a row.  And we mean TANKED.

Like it or not, Cleveland… He’s still King.

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7 Responses to LeBron James’ Nike Commercial Gets the Cleveland Remix and the Southpark Spoof

  1. November 5, 2010 at 2:07 pm #

    What a joke…LeBron is a quitter, only a front running Miami “fan” would say otherwise.

  2. November 5, 2010 at 2:11 pm #

    you sound bitter Mike. Bet you wish he was still on the Cavs. His numbers will speak for him, don’t you worry. Plus Heat fans aren’t “front runners” because they finished #4th last season , and are currently in 2nd. They haven’t even been in first yet. So to call them front runners means that you know Lebron is good, and that the Heat are going to win a ton.

    As this article said… sour grapes from Cleveland fans. Sorry your shit-hole town has no hope now.

  3. November 5, 2010 at 2:58 pm #

    I have a very blunt but honest answer for what LeBron should do. He needs to just shut up and play. I am tired of the powder in the air, the stupid poses before, during and after the game. I can say without a doubt if he keeps this up he will “never” be Michael Jordan. Michael started and lived by the Nike creed “Just Do It.” LeBron might start there. Seriously, we need more guys like Barry Sanders, Ronnie Lott, etc. They didn’t need to run their mouths or do dances, they just went out and won.

  4. November 5, 2010 at 3:21 pm #

    Samantha you are a complete idiot. A true fan stays with their team whether or not they are winning or losing and I must say Florida fans are the worst when it comes to chearing for a team. You can ask any true sports fans. Miami is probably the most fair weather sports town in America. Miami doesnt deserve a team like the one they have now. Cities like Cleveland or any other sports town besides Miami deserve teams like that one, not your “shit-hole” of a town Miami.

  5. November 5, 2010 at 3:40 pm #

    I think the point she and the article were trying to make was that these fans are crying and making videos, t-shirts, beers calling him a traitor and a quitter, when the bottom line is the Cleveland fans are basically just jealous he left them. Cavs fans, were PRAYING he chose Cleveland that night. Dan Gilbert was ready to pay him 130 MILLION DOLLARS to stay in Cleveland… He only becomes horrible after he choses to do something else that doesn’t go in Clevelands favor.

    Maybe he should not have done “The Decision” special on ESPN. However the attitude here is just like asking a girl out and then calling her ugly when she rejects you.

    You can’t forget the fact that the Cavs were nothing before Lebron. Most of the Cavs fan base probably wasn’t even Cavs fans before Lebron. (since the late 80’s at least) He brought something to that city. BUT as i said there’s a great % of those fans who were only Cavs fans because of Lebron. AKA Lebron fans. So following him to Miami to become Heat fans is not bandwagon hopping or front running. It’s sticking by your favorite player. If Dwayne and Chris had chose to come play with Lebron in Cleveland, you’d all be kicking Hickson and Mo to the curb and celebrating your own “super team”

    The great news is… You still get to see the player you obsessed over for seven years and hoped to god chose to return to the Cavs once a year in your building, thirty-eight times on national television, and at the same time you can get a cavs ticket for 8 bucks on Stubhub. It’s a win/win!

  6. November 5, 2010 at 8:59 pm #

    Samantha, you really are pretty ignorant. On behalf of the women who actually DO know something about sports, would you mind updating your name to ‘Sam’ so you no longer embarrass the rest of us? The LeBron that was hailed in Cleveland will never be the same for Miami – in terms of respect, honor and talent. . . .but good to see there are finally some fans waking up in down there and joining the rest of America. Something had to bring you guys to life.

  7. November 7, 2010 at 3:15 pm #

    LeBron does need to be quiet and play basketball, there is no need in arguing with Cleveland, or anyone else out there. He messed up. Plain and simple. If you caught what he said by saying should he “apologize,” he was saying he knows he’s wrong – but is too prideful to admit it.

    But at the same time, he was not wrong to leave. Dan Gilbert failed to put the best players around him to succeed. That too, is plain and simple. He opted on Jamison in lieu of Amare – you see what good that did. So Gilbert was wrong, too. That, too, was obvious in game 5. He had no help, and it started to get to him. Gilbert is heavily to blame on that.

    But he still had a right to leave. The way he did it was not right, but he still had a right to go, and you should respect him for it. Why not say he provided us with the best basketball Cleveland has ever seen for 7 years?

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