The real question is if after this happened LeBron took out a whiteboard and diagrammed for Anderson Varejao how he should have been blocking the camera angle, while yelling at Daniel Gibson for being less talented than he, while thinking about the newest diamond encrusted Mercedes he would have to buy his lady because of all the shame he caused her, while crying deep down in his soul because fundamentally he is alone in this world and no one will ever truly love him for him.This of course sparked a debate about whether Kobe would have pulled a similarly arrogant move. As my friend Tyler pointed out, Google turns up about 85,000 results for "Kobe arrogant" as compared to the 47,000 results for "LeBron arrogant." Of course my friend Babak then pointed out that LeBron actually has more arrogant hits when adjusted for number of years in the league. (I am actually getting different numbers when I Google these things... but you can't argue with the reasoning behind this method of study.)
I should mention that Adil, Tyler, and Babak are all starting a video blog project soon called "Handsome Lawyers Talking About Sports." Also, one of them is a terrorist. Stay tuned.