Once a beautiful power duo of interracial friendship, LeBron turned his back on Andy this season. Now the Brazilian Sideshow Bob is back with a vengeance. It’s probably not that dramatic, actually. In fact, a recent San Jose Mercury News article suggests there isn’t much animosity at all. But I don’t know. If I were Andy, I would be hurt.
In February of this year, LeBron knocked on David Griffin’s door and let him know he wanted stretch-forward Channing Frye.
“OK,” David Griffin might have said. “But what if we have to get rid of trusty steed Anderson Varejao?”
*LeBron checks behind door, under coach, in vents, for bugs, for Comic Sans letters, decides it’s safe*
“Yes,” said LeBron, probably. “Do it.”
That’s messed up, LeBron. Now Varejao is back with the better team. Probably on the way to his first ring.
Actually, Varejao is on his way to his first ring. He played on the Cavs for enough games (31) during the season that he is eligible for a ring no matter what.
What a time to be alive for Good Ol’ Andy.
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