Yes, my Pistons got destroyed and swept in the first round of the NBA Playoffs - definitely a sad ending for the Pistons dynasty over the past 7 years. As difficult as it was to watch that, my interests were luckily held elsewhere. Saturday was tentatively scheduled as the day to deliver the MVP shoes to LeBron. However, it was decided to not present the shoes to LeBron until the NBA officially announces him as their Most Valuable Player so not to jinx him beforehand, ha. So instead, Adrienne and I killed the majority of the day in the Great Lakes Crossing mall shopping, went to a movie (Earth - which I ended up pretty much already seeing the entire movie on Discovery Channel), and dinner at the Stir Crazy asian restaurant. Sunday we were able to go to my home church that my family has gone to for the past 16+ years and then went to the Palace of Auburn Hills for Game 4. (Thank you to Michelle and A.Smith for taking such great care of us and the shoes...again. Every time I'm in town you both go above and beyond, and I definitely appreciate it!) We watched the game right next to the ABC announcers on the floor and enjoyed watching LeBron put on another MVP performance. Afterwards we met LeBron's mother who is the coolest lady ever, and most of LeBron's closet people. Mrs. James gave a BIG two thumbs up on the shoes and was very excited about them - which is a very good sign to get the approval of the mother, HA. So the new plan is to travel to Cleveland when the NBA officially announces his award, and then I will present him the sneakers. I will be sure to keep you posted.