them," he said. "I'm a winner. It's not being a poor sport or anything
like that. If somebody beats you up, you're not going to congratulate
them. That doesn't make sense to me. I'm a competitor. That's what I
do. It doesn't make sense for me to go over and shake somebody's hand."
You're wrong LeBron. What you did is the textbook definition of a poor sport. I wanted to give you a in-the-heat-of-the-moment-I-made-a-poor-choice pass, but your explanation clearly states that wasn't the case. If you are such a "competitor" why are you joking around with players before and during games?
And before you call yourself a "winner," you might want to have a championship ring or two.
throughout the regular season. As a result, they became unbearably
arrogant — as demonstrated by their unseemly bench celebrations over
dunks, shot blocks and blowouts. While the media praised these antics
as proof of the team's "togetherness," the players were actually
showing their disdain for their opponents and proving that they didn't
really understand what a difficult and serious task lay ahead of them.