Some of those are legitimate arguments. However, when you mix in the entire LeBronze nonsense you message gets muddled. Fact is, LeBron played way less than players you are obviously giving a pass on the entire bronze medal nonsense. So if you want to bash LeBron regarding that you need to go after Wade, Iverson, Duncan and quite a few other players that not only played more than LeBron but actually played worse than LeBron did in the Olympics. See my point?
I will give you that LeBron has not been in the playoffs. My contention is that he hasn't had a team that should have been in the playoffs, but I see your point. LeBrons defense is not great, but not as bad as his detractors tend to make it out to be. I think it's about average (although last year it was below average). To say that LeBron isn't clutch (whatever that means) actually does not take into consideration that he has the highest shooting percentage in the 4th quarter in the league. It also doesn't take into consideration the multiple times that he has taken over and pushed his team to win. But I guess you along with those others that criticize him are only looking at times he's taken the shot when down by 1 or 2 points that was the winning basket (since he has hit shots to tie the game several times). He does however tend to make the right choice in those situations. So when he is triple teamed he finds the open man, but he can hit the shot if he is single covered like last night.
I do understand why it is annoying to have a thread started everytime he does anything. I'm with you on that one, but understand that more than half of those threads are started in an effort to bash him rather than to praise him.
LeBron is no Jordan, I don't know anyone who argues that he is. He has a totally different game than Sir Jordan. I always argue that LeBron is the first LeBron rather than on that list of next Jordans. But, he is more than just good. Calling him good is an enormous understatement (IMO). To call him a fluke is just ridiculus and denial regarding the previous 2.75 seasons.