Paranormal Activity 7: The Jordan-ing
In a feature in Sports Illustrated, LeBron James admitted that he is chasing the reputation of a ghost that "played in Chicago." Could he be talking about Dennis Rodman or Scottie Pippen? Despite his sly answer, it's clear he's after Michael Jordan's place in history. Naturally, the world had to comment on his words:
LeBron: GIVE UP THE GHOST. Quit talking about how you're still "chasing the ghost" of Jordan as if you can catch/pass MJ legacy. You can't.— Skip Bayless (@RealSkipBayless) August 2, 2016
Lebron had to be talkin about Dwade when he said "ghost in Chicago"— HoGG Bochy (@HellonDaScale) August 2, 2016
Now that @KingJames is focused on chasing MJ's ghost, do you think he will ever surpass him as the ?— The Undefeated (@TheUndefeated) August 2, 2016
LeBron isn't new to national attention
I would not be opposed to the Chiefs trotting out a doppleganger at every event from now until the start of the NFL season just to keep this off-season interesting.
This man may never attend another Reds game in his life. You almost have to swtich favorite teams now.
Joey Votto just snatched this guy's Red's fandom from his soul. https://t.co/BDkul2CvWR— Eric Fawcett (@Efawcett7) August 3, 2016
Former Indians prospect Clint Frazier was traded to the Yankees in the Andrew Miller deal and you know the Bronx Bombers hate lucious locks.
Baseball just lost one of its best heads of hair
Stay cool out there! pic.twitter.com/KN7RhylnKA— PEANUTS (@Snoopy) August 3, 2016
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