This is a man who gave all of us—heck, all of baseball—one of the great moments in the history of the sport, and this is the reception he gets?
Jon Steiner is a rambling man and there is just no other way to describe what happened in Game 7 of the World Series between the Cleveland Indians and Chicago Cubs.
Once again a Cleveland team falls to a Boston team in the playoffs. This time, it was the Cavaliers who fell to the Celtics in Boston in Game 7 Sunday afternoon by a final score of 97-92. Expect a Numbers and Words recap coming sometime Monday morning, but for now, here’s a brief overall recap.
Via NBA TV, here’s the recap from LeBron James’ Game 6… [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VZ1j6x5G5uc[/youtube] Now given that, and while attempting to absorb the countless opinions that have graced print, television and radio, here are a few points that I think will be huge in today’s game…
So close no matter how far Couldn’t be much more from the heart Forever trusting who we are And nothing else matters It does not matter how ugly game 6 was. It doesn’t matter that the Cavs shot 33% from the field. Ten assists for the game? Unimportant. LeBron’s 8 turnovers? They don’t carry over