All this legacy talk around Lebron James is nothing short of ridiculous. Tuesday night in the remarkable comeback win for Miami over San Antonio, here's the way Lebron's legacy went: it was crap, then it was great, then it was really crappy, then it was really great. And we'll do it all again Thursday. James is 28, hopefully with at least 60 more years to go on earth. Your legacy is developed by your actions every day of your life, then at the end others put it all together in a neat package. Let's see a show of hands, of those of you who wanted your "legacy" defined when you were 28. Nope, not me either. Can't we just enjoy sports for what it is, an entertaining diversion that doesn't change the course of world history? Please, please, just once?