by Marcel Mutoni

For months now, we have bowed down and kissed his feet. And with good reason. LeBron James and his team had rampaged their way through the League and appeared to be an indestructible force.

But then the Conference Finals started, and the Cavs’ glaring weaknesses were exposed, and LeBron refused to play the good sport when he lost. Now he’s fair game.

Columnists are writing angry missives about him, and even the puppets have turned on LBJ. It was inevitable, I suppose:

(Via: @JonesOnTheNBA)