NBA Finals: LeBron James Cries Tears Of Unfathomable Sadness After Mavs Beat Heat

The Dallas Mavericks shocked the world on Sunday night, defeating the Miami Heat in six games to win the 2010-11 NBA Championship. Of course, the fact that they were such underdogs was thanks in large part to LeBron James signing with the Heat in the offseason. What did Miami's prized player do after failing to deliver a title to Miami? Well, LeBron cried of course.

That's right, LeBron James cried the tears of unfathomable sadness after the Heat lost at the hands of Dirk Nowitzki and the Mavericks.

Video proof after the jump.

It wasn't just LeBron crying either, as one of his super friends Chris Bosh joined in the tear jerking session. Hope somebody in Miami's locker room has some tissues ready - I mean, they did have fake colds the other day, right?

The tears are great, aren't they? Do you think Michael Jordan would have cried?

Trick question, guys. The answer is no, because Jordan wouldn't have lost. 

How do you think Cartman would have handled this one with LeBron's tears of unfathomable sadness? 

"Nanananana, I made you and your superfriends lose... Let me taste your tears LeBron...Mmm yummy, the tears of unfathomable sadness!"

That's all, folks!

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