Former MVP and NBA world champion Cleveland Cavalier basketball forward LeBron James took a different path than the former NFL MVP and Super Bowl Boston Patriot quarterback Tom Brady did when asked about Donald Trump's remark that describing sexual assaults, as real or fantasy, was "just locker room talk."
Brady quickly left his press interview without making any remarks; he avoided commenting like he avoids tackles on the field--but this avoidance diminished his performance on the field of life, where his walk-off and fumble failed a nation of fans and women, and let stand a vicious hit at men, women, and the the ideal values of respect and dignity for everyone sports is supposed to exemplify.
In contrast, King James, as LeBron is known, stood tall and rose to the moment. His comment, like his passes and jump shots, were on the mark: "I got a mother-in-law, a wife, a mom and a daughter and those conversations just don't go on in our locker room. We don't disrespect women in no shape or fashion in our locker rooms. That never comes up," he reported about the private conversations among male athletes off the court.
James went on to say his fellow pro athletes, among of the world's highest paid, most competitive performers, talk about sports and strategy but don't demean women. He labeled what the Republican candidate said as, "trash talk."