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Re: “It's Yet to Be Seen if LeBron Will Raise a Banner in Cleveland, But He's Already Delivering a Winner to Akron Kids

LeBron should read "The Secret to LeBron's Greatness Landed in My Inbox". It's an old Scene Magazine posting from February 14, 2010. Check the archives.

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Re: “Talkin' With Terry

Hey jbomber1970....Your prediction is TRUE. I love it when people HATE!!. It's obvious you didn't watch the video's. ALL that was explained. You were to busy thinking of spineless, anonymous ish to say. Jordan had only been in the league 4 months. Magic couldn't string together a sentence back then. "DR J" was my idol. If 50% of NBA players are "high flyers"...then 50% aren't...correct?. Don't forget the Cavs prediction. As far as being an idiot...try Millionaire idiot....$190,223..$190,224......that's me counting my money....ANONYMOUS HATER PERSON...Peace

Posted by DCE on 08/06/2013 at 8:44 PM

Re: “Talkin' With Terry

There's another story about an athlete that i would like to share. Back on February 14, 2010 Vince Grzegorek posted an email i sent him under the title "The Secret to LeBron's Greatness Landed in my Inbox. My original email was entitled "LeBron the Christened One". Please find and read that article and its comments. Gloria and LeBron James owe me and five of my former basketball team mates 6 Million Dollars per a handshake agreement that Gloria and i made. Three month old LeBron was raised in the air three separate time and Christened to be the next Dr. J (NBA Legend Julius Erving). I predicted that LeBron would be an NBA star, would play for the Cavs and would be a high flying player like Dr. J. Gloria and i made a handshake agreement that when LeBron became an NBA star as i predicted she would see to it that each of the six men who participated in LeBrons' Dr. J Christening would be made millionaires.

We are here to collect. Click on the four video links at Rolando Pharr on Twitter. I've taken and passed THREE polygraphs. Those results are there also. If someone would ask Gloria James if she remembers these events, i'm positive she will say yes. She has no reason to lie. Their family has been blessed. Everything i predicted for LeBron came true. He played for the Cavs, he's a high flyer like Dr. J and most importantly he's an NBA star. LeBron becoming an NBA star was the 6 Million Dollar Handshake Agreement. Do the right thing Gloria and LeBron James. The Universe is watching.

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Posted by DCE on 08/01/2013 at 12:11 AM

Re: “The Secret of LeBron's Greatness Landed in My Inbox

Hey Roc24G, Thanks for the blessing and believing my story. My original email was called "LeBron the Christened One" and i just gave the facts of what occurred. The guy Vince Grzegorek put the Secret/Greatness title on there.

For the record there are two other people who can corroborate parts of the story and i've taken and passed two polygraph exams. There's more to the story. Gloria James and i made a handshake agreement (twice) that when LeBron became an NBA star (as i predicted) she would see to it that each person who participated in his Dr J Christening would be made a millionaire. There were 6 of us total.

Check out the Youtube video "LeBron's Cosmic Connection" if you haven't already. I'm 100% sure that Gloria and LeBron will do the right thing very soon. Stay tuned.

Doc scored over 30K points and shot better than 50% for his career. We both can agree that he didn't score 15K dunks. Haaaaaaaa.

Wish us Luck and go cite some CFD violators.....Lol
Doc Cold

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Posted by DCE on 08/09/2012 at 2:12 PM

Re: “The Secret of LeBron's Greatness Landed in My Inbox

Correction: Dr. J choked Larry Bird, he didn't chocked him.


Doc Cold

Posted by DCE on 03/15/2010 at 3:32 PM

Re: “The Secret of LeBron's Greatness Landed in My Inbox

I'm the author of this story. Maybe i should explain a few things. When I raised LeBron up and "Christened" him the next Dr.J it was because he was a baby (and I only want the best for babies). Dr.J was my idol and he was a very positive role model for young black men. He was the first crossover (white America loved him). He played street and talked boardroom.

I see alot of similarities between Doc and LeBron.
Doc changed the way the game is played. He made it a vertical game played above the rim.
LeBron is changing the way kids play the game now. Pass first, team first and above the rim. Go to your local hot hoop spot and watch a few games.

Doc was the dominant force in the ABA and revitalized the NBA.
LeBron now dominates the NBA.

Dr. J was the most marketed player in NBA history at the time of the "Christening"
LeBron is the most marketed player in the league right now.

Hall of Famer Harvey Pollack (the only man to be employed in the NBA since it started) said that " Dr. J was the classiest person to ever play in the league both on and off the court".
LeBron appears to be a classy guy. Besides a speeding ticket and not shaking his opponents hands after a beatdown, he's been squeaky clean. Hey, Doc chocked Larry Bird one time so we all have bad days.

I agree with LBS that LeBron has natural talents. Websters Collegiate Dictionary defines "natural" as being determined by Nature. It defines "nature" as a creative and controlling force in the Universe. When you combine those natural talents with the Universes other gifts of 6ft. 9 inches, 270 lbs, near world class speed and a 37+ inch vertical, you get a nice finished product. Hmmm...maybe the "Christening" did work.

Dr. J and LeBron both put in the work needed to be their best.

Dr. J wore #32 and switched to #6 / LeBron wore #32 early on and is switching to #6.

It's a part of my destiny to tell this story. I just roll where the Universe guides me.

Doc Cold

Posted by DCE on 03/15/2010 at 2:57 PM


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