LeBron James Tweets About Karma, May Not Know What It Means

LeBron James' Twitter account is a source of endless hilarity. Getting a window into the Miami Heat superstar's world gives fans and "haters" alike a unique opportunity. It's times like Tuesday night, when LeBron tweeted about karma, that peeking into the life of the enigma that is LeBron is totally worthwhile.

Here's the tweet, which came shortly after the Cleveland Cavaliers were run off the court by the Los Angeles Lakers in a 112-57 loss.

Crazy. Karma is a b****.. Gets you every time. Its not good to wish bad on anybody. God sees everything!less than a minute ago via ÜberTwitter

So what is LeBron talking about here? Was the beating the Cavs took karma for something? I get that LeBron is still upset about how Cavs owner Dan Gilbert treated his decision, and the venom spewed by fans shortly thereafter, but a loss to the Lakers isn't karma.

It was bad loss -- nearly historically bad -- but it was one loss. It was a loss that wasn't even at home, in front of those fans he clearly despises. And it definitely wasn't karma for some past transgressions.

Considering what happened last time he fired-off an opinion, LeBron may not even know what karma means. After all, he dropped an opinion about contraction before admitting he'd just seen the word on the Internet once and didn't know what it was. 

Karma would be LeBron's brand new, multi-million dollar mansion in Miami sliding into the ocean.
Karma would be the big three in Miami collapsing down the stretch while the Cavs surge to an NBA championship.
Karma would be the Miami Heat being forced to move to Cleveland, making LeBron play in front of those same crowds once again.

Cleveland didn't go on national television and break-up with LeBron, he brought the city's response on himself.

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