Game 1 of the 2014 NBA Finals between the Miami Heat and the San Antonio Spurs has been all sorts of exciting, as we all expected it would be. One of the main storylines in the game hasn’t really had anything to do with the action on the court, rather the fact that the air conditioning in the AT&T Center malfunctioned, creating a temperature of 88 degrees in the building.
After a while, you would think that it would get to the players on the court, and of course, the one that showed it the most was the man that would catch the most flack, LeBron James.
Then of course, as stated before, the reactions to LeBron being the first one to show the effects were immediate.
I wonder what % of the people on LeBron right now are also the same people who call out of work because of a sneeze.
— Ayaz Hyder (@sahyder1) June 6, 2014
Wonder the percentage of people that are talkin mess about lebron that have physically pushed their bodies to the point of cramping
— Trevor Jones (@TDJones45) June 6, 2014
LeBron is hands down the most unfairly criticized athlete in sports.
— Q Ward (@iamQWard) June 6, 2014
Is LeBron going to the locker room before the end of the game a signal he’s going to leave Miami this summer? My column:
— Sam Richmond (@srichmond93) June 6, 2014
Cramps are serious; I get that. I’m no doctor but I don’t get why LeBron has such issues with cramps and the other players are mostly fine
— Brandon Parker (@brandoncparker) June 6, 2014
The most scrutinized player in the world, ladies and gentlemen.