If LeBron James was a Cleveland Cavaliers' fan living in Akron, Ohio, he wouldn't have liked himself either; he told the Associated Press today.
James said he understands why Cavs' fans continue to become angry at him, but he says that they need to move on and get over it. Since the Decision, James' popularity has dropped significantly.
"If I was a fan and I was on the outside looking in, I could be upset a little bit if one of my favorite players left," James said. "Or if I felt like he betrayed us or whatever the case may be. But you have to get over it."
James then tweeted this after, "Let's clear this up! I never said to the Cavs fans to 'get over it.' I've never and will never say anything bad about them. 7 years of joy!"
James understands all the negativity he has received lately in these last few months. But LeBron is not ready to apologize.
"Sports are very emotional and fans are very emotional," James said. "At times they really believe you may be related to them you and you sleep in their house. When you do something wrong and you leave their house they can become very emotional. I've understood that over the years. But at the same time, you have to understand you have to do what is best yourself."