James, Cavaliers eliminate Wizards from playoffs

There are 5 comments on the Baltimore Sun story from May 2, 2008, titled James, Cavaliers eliminate Wizards from playoffs. In it, Baltimore Sun reports that:

LeBron James was everywhere and did a little bit of everything. And, just as he seems to do every spring, he led the Cleveland Cavaliers past the Washington Wizards in the first round of the playoffs.

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Burt from Essex

Essex, MD

#1 May 3, 2008
Obviously the NBA does not stand for no bias association.Anybody who thinks that either foul on LeBron was excessive hasn't watched any games this season.And to suspend Songalia for that?What a joke the league has become.It's a shame.Stern you should be embarassed,but I doubt it's in your vocabulary.Here's the Commish's dream,LeBron against KObe in the finals.You heard it hear first.

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#2 May 3, 2008
Mark

Macau, Macau

#3 May 3, 2008
Songolia does not make a difference either way...the only player that makes a difference in the outcome is LeBron James. I did not see the foul so I cannot comment on his suspension; however, I thought Haywood's was way out of line. You can really injure a player when he is in midair. By the way, how stupid can fans be chanting "overrated"...remind s me of when cleveland fans would get on Jordon, who would then signle handedly smoke the Cavs.
jimmy farter

Plant City, FL

#4 May 3, 2008
kobe is a selfish offensive only minded fool!

LeBron it much more talented and athletic that kobe cheese! Used to be a one man show - can still carry the team on his shoulders at any time he wishes!

If the outside shooting of the rest of those stiffs can become consistant - watch out!!!!!!

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#5 May 4, 2008
jimmy farter wrote:
kobe is a selfish offensive only minded fool!
LeBron it much more talented and athletic that kobe cheese! Used to be a one man show - can still carry the team on his shoulders at any time he wishes!
If the outside shooting of the rest of those stiffs can become consistant - watch out!!!!!!
Yeah any time he wishes...ha ha ha I guess during the Cavaliers 72, Wizards 108 defeat he
was not wishing on doing so, that is why they didn't win.

Plssssssss, Look is great player already and will get even better later on, but now Kobe did more for his team than LB, for his.

LB's team did not do a better job than last 2 seasons, no one in the team played any better cause of him.

The only player whos stats when up in the cavs this season were LB's.
So how did he did he improve his team?

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