As you know, LB James has been cast in a negative light in the media. Occasionally those remarks have been on this blog. In spite of a plethora of evidence, everyone has some redeeming qualities, and “Bron-Bron” showed some class during a recent stopover in Oklahoma City of all places. When some US Army helicopter crews landed at the same airport, they wanted to take pictures with the Heat players, but the Heat’s media persons said no. LB James overheard this, and arranged for the Heat players to take pictures with the military members:
These are guys who put their life in danger every day,’ James told the Sun-Sentinel. “‘If it wasn’t for them, we wouldn’t be free. They give us freedom every day. It’s ironic that they would be there at the airport the same time we were there. I got the team together. We all took a picture with all of them. I had a great conversation with them. They do so many great things for America, for all of us. The least we could do was take a picture with them.
So there you go. LB James, supporter of America’s finest. Give the man some credit; I wish some people could get it as well as James put it in the comments above.