Lebron James Twitter
June 13, 2011 by staff
Lebron James Twitter, Cavs owner Dan Gilbert took to Twitter after Dallas Mavericks victory over the Heat in Miami, congratulated the winners and make a clear decision in one of the losers – LeBron James.
Twitter Gilbert (cavsdan @): “. Congratulations to Mark C. org & all Mavs Mavs never stopped & now rings franchise entire Old Lesson for all: There are no shortcuts None.”
Perhaps then Twitter is the best revenge.
It was not long for Cleveland Cavaliers owner Dan Gilbert to comment on the failure of LeBron James to win a championship in Miami.
Mere minutes after the Dallas Mavericks won Game 6 and the championship of the NBA, Gilbert took Twitter to congratulate the Mavs – and take a swipe at James, the player who left his team and brought his talent to South Beach.
From your account @ cavsdan, Gilbert Twitter: “Congratulations to Mark C. org & all Mavs. Mavs never stopped & now entire franchise rings. Lesson of the Old for everyone: there are no shortcuts. None.”
James Gilbert was insisting to take a “shortcut” to a championship team with two All-Stars – Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh.
The Cavs owner was not the only one that uses Twitter to express their feelings after the game.
Mo Williams, who played with James on the Cavaliers @ mogotti25 posted on his mind: “Dallas just healed my heart….”
James (@ KingJames) is Twitter a few words, saying: “The greatest man above know when my time. Right now is not the time.”
Other NBA players and former players also congratulated the Dallas Mavericks on Twitter too.
Pau Gasol (@ paugasol) of the Lakers Twitter. “Congratulations for the championship @ dallasmavs Congratulations to you too Dirk, he deserves it.”
Gasol’s teammate Ron Artest (ronartest @), congratulated the Mavericks, but issued a warning like this: “Congratulations to the Mavs. Next year the rings will be back in Los Angeles”
Moreover, Baron Davis (@ baron_davis) congratulated the Great Heat Three for a while.
“S / O dwadeofficial @ @ @ & KingJames chrisbosh yall really struggled this season…. keep your head held high.”
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