Chase of James, Wade Turning Silly, Sad
This is a slightly larger project, I'd say, worthy at least of a Louis Vuitton leather bag.
Consider it another reason why the LeBron-a-thon -- I coined the phrase, but I'm seeing no residuals -- and the accompanying Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh derbies have morphed from a series of high-stakes wooing exercises into an unprecedented, over-the-top circus lacking in perspective. It's crazy enough that James and Wade are being trailed by media and fans like political candidates while they barnstorm through cities. It's maddening enough that teams actually had to travel to visit the free agents instead of vice versa. But what's blowing me away is the sight of mortified people lining the streets of Cleveland, waiting for James to drive by before and after his meetings so they can appeal to his potentially fleeting heart.