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One Twitter account that we all should have been following over the course of the past year was @LeBronJamesEgo. Updated daily by @ChrisJOShea, it was perhaps the best way to keep up with everything going on in the egotistical mind of LeBron James throughout the 2010-11 NBA season.
But unfortunately, all good things must come to an end, and this is no exception. Earlier today Chris announced that much like LeBron’s title hopes this season, the Twitter account of his ego has come to an end. That means we will no longer be greeted by great updates, like “I GOT ONLY ONE THING TO SAY ABOUT THAT TERRIBLE LOSS LAST NIGHT: TRIPLE-DOUBLE SON HAAAAA,” or “LET ME CLARIFY MY STATEMENT FROM LAST NIGHT: YES YOUR LIFE IS SAD ALL THE TIME BUT U WILL DIE ONE DAY SO THAT’S GOOD.”
For those of you who have been missing out on all the fun, I suggest you get caught up by visiting @LeBronJamesEgo. Trust me. You wont be disappointed.