Link a single piece of evidence that Lebron is using any enhancements at all... was he also when he was in HS? Did the 'roids get him to grow to 6'8 & allow him to jump 42" off the ground?
Everytime I watch him play, I am shocked by how freakishly quick.. he is...
....and strong and....juiced?
"Freakishly" as in "abnormally"......or maybe he is just the next step in the evolution of the human species....
Nietzsche's Ubermenschif you will....
...or maybe he is HGH juiced, perhaps since he was a teen.
Not a bad plan to "create" a superstar. But why would anyone do that?
If Lebron is juicing, so is Rondo, KG, and about 50-70% of the NBA. I could care less. Lebron was a freak of nature before any supplementation.
I think everyone should make a new years resolution to stop whining and making conspiracy theories about Lebron, and just accept him for the dominant player he is. It will make it that much sweeter to see him lose in the playoffs.
And the same should go for Barry Bonds and Mark McGwire and Clemmons et al... and all that juicing was OK??
Is it whining or just railing against an injustice?
Oh, I get it. It's all about how incredibly gifted, smart and athletic LeBroid is. That's why he doesn't get called for fouls:because he REALLY doesn't foul. He's that good!
Male cow excrement!
This is obviously a baseless claim. Stop it.
The problem is that there are no pieces of evidence to link ANY
NBA players to PEDs. If anyone thinks that juicing does not go on in the NBA he/she is pretty naive.
HGH is banned by the NBA, but there is no reliable urine test to detect its presence. Billy Hunter, the NBA player’s union executive director, has said he will never let players be blood tested for HGH.
How much of a leap of the rational mind does it take to guess that if PEDs are present in the NBA, and they most assuredly are, that SOME of the strongest, fastest, most athletic players in the league are doping? To think otherwise is also naive.
HGH increases the density of high twitch muscle fibers in the legs. HGH makes people grow bigger and faster and stronger. It makes them heal more quickly. Given at the time of growth spurts in particular, HGH has a multiplier effect on growth in bone plates and muscle mass.
HGH is very, very difficult to detect. And given the NBA's laissez-faire policy on drug testing in general and HGH in paricular (the star players are THE product for the NBA, right?)HGH is overly ripe for abuse.
And in answer to your question, yes, HGH could have
helped him grow to 6'8" and help him jump 42" off the ground and also give him the bulk and strength of a middle linebacker. Most definitely. Whether it did or not for LeBroid is an answer we might never know.