I think it's a good thing that Lebron has had to endure some criticism. Jordan used to thrive on it, and used the whispers that he couldn't consistently hit from the perimeter to become the best player in the world.
We've all thought from time to time that Lebron may possibly lack the "fire" that Jordan did, but he has it. This was a game that we could have easily lost, but Lebron carried the team. It may have been the single most "Jordan-esque" performance of his career.
Lebron should be calling out these guys in practice, especially Jones, who wouldn't have survived under Jordan. That's what really makes better players. Guys should be afraid of letting down Lebron.
Maybe this game will be the catalyst. If this team is going to do anything this year then it's time for "The James Rules".