Lebron James had an ironic choice of favorite players to play with one day. As BTInsiders know, James is a #1 FEAR, and guess who he would like on his team? I really hope that, before our career is over, we can all play together. At least one, maybe one or two seasons me, Melo, D-Wade, CP we can get a year in. I would actually take a pay cut to do that.
Lebron is speaking of Carmelo Anthony, a #1 FEAR, Dwayne Wade, a #2 BEAR, and Chris Paul, another #1 FEAR. The phrase “birds of a feather stick together” certainly rings true in this case, or more like “Doves of a feather stick together.” Those still learning BTs may be asking, “Doves?” Yes, remember, the EA designs are classified as ‘Doves’, whereas EIs are classified as ‘Hawks’, CIs as ‘Owls’, and CAs as ‘Storks’.
Doves are known as ‘Personal Observers’, and are friendly, down-to-earth, and very much in the here-and-now. The abstract world is not to their liking. They are ALL gross-motor dominant, relying primarily on the big muscles of the body. Looking at the dove, we observe this as it walks on the ground. James, Anthony, Wade, and Paul are each unique individuals, yet they all share this one genetic commonality between them.
If they ever get together some day, you can be sure there will be lots of warm-fuzzies going around, provided their inflated egos don’t first get in the way.
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Lol I noticed that association immediately when the news was reported. Been following the Cavs circus all season, and while I think the media has blown some issues out of proportion, it’s nonetheless still evident that inanimates Kyrie and Kevin have had some classic type clashes with highly animate Mr. James. Without a B_IL coach to balance, lead and discipline (in a worldly, job sense) the egos and excesses of these three talents, expect the following, most likely scenario: another Finals appearance, and yet also another loss, to either the Spurs or Warriors. Mr. Lue (fcir?) is working to the best of his type abilities, and is marginally better than David Blatt (fcir?) in _some_ aspects (not defense, though), but he is no Popovich or Kerr.