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Friday, 1 November 2013

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The autographed basketball that LeBron James gave to President and Mrs. Obama.

WASHINGTON, D.C. - Some of the greatest NBA basketball players of all time have won the coveted NBA's Most Valuable Player Award twice in a row, but only one has ever won it three times in a row.

Rufus Reno with Sports Balls Illustrated Daily explained that Larry Bird attained that feat in '83-'84, '84-'85, and '85-'86.

Reno stated that President Obama has remarked why the Miami Heat's superstar LeBron James will fall short of the amazing accomplishment.

The president stated in his interview with Reno that the reason is because James is viewed by many U.S. sports writers, coaches, and fans as being too arrogant, too aloof, and too self-centered.

President Obama went on to say that on many occasions LeBron has insisted that the reporter interviewing him refer to him as King James.

Several sports writers have even revealed that LeBron told them that in order for him to grant them an interview they had to agree to buy one of his LeBron James Designer Headbands for $47.

A lot of fans are still upset at the way that James treated the Cleveland Cavaliers team, their fans, their cheerleaders, and even their mascot when he suddenly vaulted to the Miami Heat in the middle of the night.

SIDENOTE: LeBron James is so despised in Cleveland that only three LeBron James Bobblehead Dolls have ever been sold in the entire city.

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