Interesting article about the series -- different perspective on things:
The irony is deep down, we want Lebron to live up to his potential as an athlete. We want to see him succeed playing the game in a way we've never seen before -- it's our nature as sports enthusiasts. But the casual observer, the additional viewer who decided to tune in this year, searched for signs of grace under pressure when the game clock wasn't ticking, and ended up finding something as empty as the American Airlines Arena: a look of bewilderment between possessions, a lack of will in the final minutes, and an unchanged perspective on the microphone after the game.
It is one thing for a man to make physical or mental mistakes late in games, but this guy is right -- we as fans are happy when we see a player try to will his team to victory, regardless of the outcome. Thoughts?