July 9, 2010 by Post Team 

FatheadFathead: (New York Daily News) — It was not long for the Cavaliers owner Dan Gilbert to try to make some money out of the game of LeBron James from Cleveland to Miami
The heat, even if only $ 17.41.

Fathead, a company owned by Gilbert that makes life-size vinyl wall graphics of professional athletes and cartoon characters, has put all its remaining Fatheads imagining King James in a Cleveland Cavaliers uniform for sale. That’s not surprising. What is surprising is that the company has priced the stickers giant $ 17.41. Fatheads normally retail between $ 50 and $ 100.

Fathead Gilbert and his partners bought in 2006.

What is the meaning of $ 17.41? One of the most notorious traitor in American history, Benedict Arnold, was born in 1741. Arnold was a general in the Continental Army during the American Revolution, but joined the British Army in 1780.

LeBron, after seven years playing for the team, announced on live television Thursday night that was for
The heat, to form a “dream team” with Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh. This provoked reactions of anger and disappointment in Cleveland, probably rivaled their colonial counterparts.

Gilbert, who infuriated James ran to South Beach in the middle of the night without giving an explanation, led to the Internet to vent their frustrations.

In a letter published on the official website of the Cavaliers, Gilbert former star broke away, calling it “narcissistic” and “coward”, while James’ trademark action during free agency as a display of “shameful selfishness and betrayal. ”

“I personally guarantee that the Cleveland Cavaliers to win an NBA championship before self-old title” King “win one,” said Gilbert.

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