Mo Williams Twitter Reaction to Lebron James Decision
Mo Williams Twitter Reaction to Lebron James Decision – When LeBron James announced that he would be leaving the Cleveland Cavaliers to join the Miami Heat, fans immediately turned to the internet to voice their disappointment, and in some cases, hatred, with his decision. James had drawn the process out, only to make the announcement during a televised one-hour special that was hosted by ESPN. All of the proceeds that were earned from the special went to the Boys and Girls Club of America.
Mo Williams, a former teammate of LeBron’s, was very open with his views on the choice. In fact, Williams appeared to go through the five stages of grief in his Tweets. First, he appeared to be in denial, saying that the situation was surreal, and then wondering out loud what the team’s next move was.
Next he was angry, stating: “The only thing, and I mean the only thing I disagree with is…. If he knew somewhere else was the destination. He should have spared cle.”
Then, he appeared to enter the bargaining phase, stating that he did not blame LeBron, and saying that he “loved him and always will.” He went on to thank him for his time and Cleveland, and said that he wished that James had been able to leave on better terms.
Then, Williams entered the Depression phase: “The person that I feel most sorry for is mike brown. He is a really good coach.” That Tweet was followed by one where Williams’ appeared to accept what had just happened, and said that he would be “embarking on the new journey in life.”