Man arrested after fight over who is better, Michael Jordan or LeBron James

Man arrested after fight over who is better, Michael Jordan or LeBron James

akingstruth:

ARE YOU SERIOUS?!?!?!?

Originally posted on ProBasketballTalk:

Some people take the whole Michael Jordan vs. LeBron James debate way, way too seriously. (If you don’t believe me, check out the comments on this post after it’s been up for 24 hours.)

Daniel Mondelice is apparently one of those people. From the Associated Press:

Police say an argument over whether Michael Jordan or LeBron James is a better basketball player ended in a Pennsylvania man’s arrest on aggravated assault and other charges.

The Centre Daily Times reports that 22-year-old Daniel Mondelice was first arrested early Saturday after fighting with another man over whether Air Jordan or King James reigns supreme.

It wasn’t clear which player Mondelice backed.

Mondelice was released on bond. However, he went to a woman’s home in the State College area (where the arrest took place), while there became argumentative and the police had to be called again. He was taken into custody at that…

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Marriage: I Do or I Don’t

Marriage has been the topic of conversation with a few friends and I. My take on marriage is very simple, “to each his own”. Personally, marriage isn’t on my radar nor do I want it to be. Marriage is a serious matter, but most don’t treat it as such. Adultery is at an all-time high.(fallacy I know but hey). I see so many people who are married and are miserable. There are a few marriages that I know of who set a good example, but they are in the extreme minority. Some people are getting married just to appease other folk. I don’t have many answers to what makes a marriage last. Trust must be #1. You have to be able to trust that your significant other will have your back when times get hard. Those are the times when people true colors are revealed. What are your thoughts?

Kyrie Irving says trials of previous years with Cavs prepared him for this season

Kyrie Irving says trials of previous years with Cavs prepared him for this season

Originally posted on ProBasketballTalk:

When LeBron James came back to Cleveland, he brought the brightest spotlight in the NBA with him. Now every little thing that happens with the Cavaliers is news.

More than that, their struggles earlier in the season — and the reported friction with coach David Blatt, or Kevin Love not feeling comfortable — becomes fodder for talking heads across the land. It’s life in the fishbowl, and it comes with constant criticism.

Kyrie Irving says he’s been ready for all this.

Irving and LeBron are playing well off each other, and the Cavaliers are in as the second seed — and playoff favorites — in the East. Irving told Jeff Ziglett of the USA Today his past season in Cleveland prepped him for this one.

“I went through so much (expletive) last year. What happens externally doesn’t even faze me anymore. It’ll never faze me again ever in my…

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