LeBron James and the Miami Heat traveled to Cleveland on Tuesday night, and despite a triple double from LeBron, the Cavs dominated James and his Miami teammates. Karma, mannnn...
Crazy. Karma is a b****.. Gets you every time. Its not good to wish bad on anybody. God sees everything!
All of which brings us back to that infamous LeBron James tweet from earlier this season. You'll remember, it came after the Cleveland Cavaliers got absolutely throttled by the Lakers.
And sure, Miami probably has bigger problems than some mystical force conspiring against them, but we'd be remiss if we didn't point out that Miami was in first place when LeBron tweeted, and they'd just won 21 of 22 games. Since then? It's gotten a little tougher.
As soon as he tweeted about karma, the Heat lost four of their next five games, and in the weeks and months since, they've dropped from first place to third place in the East. Yeah, they've still won 60% of their games with karma playing for other team, but their losses have been particularly gruesome--remember their five game losing streak two weeks ago?
Almost every loss came in the final seconds, when things inevitably fell apart. It was almost like some supernatural force was working against LeBron and Wade in the final seconds.
Then there's the latest act Tuesday night in Cleveland, when LeBron couldn't get his entourage the parking garage, refused to come out of the locker room for pregame introductions, and then went out and got his ass kicked by the worst team in the NBA.
Maybe it's all a coincidence, but MAYBE IT'S NOT. It's not good to wish bad on everybody, and it's not good to smile at anyone's else's pain. Karma's a b**** and God sees everything! Even Twitter, it seems.
It's a cruel lesson, but hey... Couldn't happen to a nicer guy!