Okay, so the Orlando Magic beat the Cavaliers four games to two, putting an end to an otherwise great season for the Cavaliers. Now the buzz about town is the way Lebron left the court without congratulating the Orlando players and leaving the building without talking to the media.
I'm not an expert on basketball and I cannot give you the mechanical reason the Cavs lost except to say that in four games Orlando scored more points, as a team, than the Cavs.
I'm also not an expert on human behavior and can't give you an exact reason why Lebron talked to no one immediately after the game. Only thing I can tell you on that subject is that people put too much faith, or way too much damnation, in their fellow man, whether it be an exceptionally gifted athlete or the president of the United States.
Sports is a good diversion from real life, but that's all it is, a diversion. In my neck of the woods, we have fallout from the auto industry to deal with, as a Chrysler plant, a GM plant and part of another are slated to close. We need to look for that better mousetrap. I'm trying to build one for my son in law. That's the game that's currently being played worldwide.
Lebron James not shaking hands with Dwight Howard doesn't affect my paycheck at all.