LeBron on IV after Game 5

LeBron on IV after Game 5

There are 15 comments on the Akron Beacon Journal story from Jun 2, 2007, titled LeBron on IV after Game 5. In it, Akron Beacon Journal reports that:

With his head wrapped in a towel, his shoulders slouching and his voice fatigued, LeBron James said he felt ``terrible'' in the moments after his awe-inspiring Game 5 performance Thursday.

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Medina, OH

#1 Jun 2, 2007
James is awe inspiring. Period.
D Trump

United States

#2 Jun 2, 2007
We are witnessing a 'humble giant' of biblical proportions-- His stat bible is only the beginning of a new religion!
Cloverine Fleetwood

Aurora, OH

#3 Jun 2, 2007
I was so excited watching the 4th quarter and overtimes in game five that I could feel my heart beating, face turning red, and tension in every muscle in my body. LeBron, you were absolutely amazing. Even though I loved it, I want you to guard your health for the sake of yourself, you son, and child to be. I would rather go 0 for the season than have you compromise your well-being. This may be a bit of an overreaction but please take it in the spirit in which it was written. All that aside, BEAT DETROIT!!!!!!!!!!

West Orange, NJ

#4 Jun 2, 2007
D Trump wrote:
We are witnessing a 'humble giant' of biblical proportions-- His stat bible is only the beginning of a new religion!
O great another religion to confuse this world. What's it called Lebronism. O well, all false religion is gonna be put to shame anyway.

Philadelphia, PA

#5 Jun 2, 2007

Leeds, AL

#6 Jun 2, 2007
We are hometown proud! This is not about Cleveland, but of the jewel of Northeast Ohio...Akron!!! As a mental health professional in inner city Cleveland, LeBron your character and humility insire many young African American boys whose choice of appopriate role models are limited. You are the pride of Akron! Keep it humble, babe!

West Orange, NJ

#7 Jun 2, 2007
TDOGG wrote:
Is that a prophecy for next season or the season after?
Fred Smith

Redmond, WA

#8 Jun 2, 2007
Go LeBron!

West Orange, NJ

#9 Jun 2, 2007
Go Chauncey!

Columbus, OH

#10 Jun 2, 2007
I was a big part of the "miracle at richfield" but Thursday nite was incredible = I can't wait to se it on ESPN Classics!
travestystrikesa gain

Nashville, TN

#11 Jun 2, 2007
No one deserves Heartbreak more then Northeast Ohio!

Bronx, NY

#12 Jun 2, 2007
let's hope brown manages this game better , lebron saved him from a lot of heat on how he mismanaged that final timeout

United States

#13 Jun 2, 2007
Hopefully the Cavs can pull it off tonight and advance to the Finals. The fans here in Akron and Cleveland are really funny though, as long as they (Cavs) are winning everyones fine, but as soon as they lose a game or two, it's always Lebron's fault. Give me a break, the man gotta score 48 pts in order to win by two, something is wrong with that picture!!!!!!!!!!

Cuyahoga Falls, OH

#14 Jun 2, 2007
Chauncey rhymes with "Choke"...Series OVER. It's 8:41 and Michigan still sucks..

West Orange, NJ

#15 Jun 2, 2007
Josh wrote:
Chauncey rhymes with "Choke"...Series OVER. It's 8:41 and Michigan still sucks..
Are u talking about Michigan football or just the whole state in general...if your talking about football here's sum info on how bad they really suck:
Most wins (860) and highest winning percentage (.745) in NCAA Division I-A football history
The highest NCAA home attendance every year since 1974 except 1997
The longest current streak of over 100,000 in attendance at home (200 games)
The longest current bowl game streak (32)
The longest current streak of non-losing seasons (39)
The longest current streak of games in Division 1-A since last being shutout (275 games; last time on October 20, 1984, at Iowa)
The most televised school in college football history (368 televised games)
The largest crowd to ever attend an NCAA football game: 112,118 on November 22, 2003, at Michigan Stadium vs. Ohio State
The largest delta (points for minus points against) in college football history
The most conference championships of any college football program in any conference (42)
The most undefeated seasons in Division 1-A football (25)
The highest all-time strength of schedule rating in college football[2]
The longest time since playing a (non World War II-era) non-Division-1A opponent (74 years)
The most winning seasons (109)
One of only two schools with a winning record against every Division 1-A conference, including independent schools such as Notre Dame
The number one sports rivalry: Michigan-Ohio State, according to ESPN's "10 Greatest Sports Rivalries"[3]
The best helmet in football, according to ESPN's "End of Century" Special
The best uniform in sports, according to ESPN2's 64 Team Bracket Results[4]
The largest stadium in the United States (seats roughly 112,000)
The only fight song in the Hall of Fame
The most conference championships of any school (42)
One of only three schools with 11 national championships (most of any school)

If u need info on the State itself go to a geography class.

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