Brian WIndhorst, the basketball writer for the Cleveland Plain-Dealer, had his tongue planted firmly in cheek Sunday as he wrote about Chris Douglas-Roberts' recent comments suggesting LeBron James may be upset about the way he's been treated by the Nets' organization.
Like LBJ, CDR is represented by Leon Rose. After telling reporters he's not likely to help recruit the Nets' top free agent target, Douglas-Roberts added, ""Leon, LeBron, everybody's together... if they're not happy somewhere or they're not happy with something, it's all in the family -- no one's happy."
WIndhorst comments, "That's what the Nets get, apparently, for upsetting a player making the minimum salary who is averaging 10 points per game."
CDR threatens Nets - Brian Windhorst - Cleveland Plain-Dealer