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Was Paul George fouled by LeBron James on his game-tying 3-point shot attempt Wednesday night in Miami? With 4 seconds left in the fourth quarter, LeBron is clearly making contact with George, both hands on his waist, as he fired a three-pointer, but was it enough to alter the shot? George certainly thought so, through lipreading you can see him calling it “f***ing bull****” but the refs obviously disagreed and Heat got the win 97-94.
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LeBron James tweeted Kobe Bryant some words of encouragement
LeBron James reached out to Kobe Bryant on Twitter following the bad news that the Black Mamba will be out at least six weeks with a fracture of the lateral tibial plateau in his left knee. James, who is enjoying yet another MVP type season for the Miami Heat, showed a lot of respect acknowledging Bryant and tweeting...
During tonight’s Heat at Pacers game, LeBron James got into it with teammate Mario Chalmers on the sidelines during a timeout. I’m not quite sure what transpired to cause this, but needless to say they weren’t seeing eye to eye. […]
For those of you unable to watch tonight’s Heat/Pacers affair, you probably want to continue onwards to see this absolutely filthy slam dunk by LeBron James.
It happened with less than a minute in the third period as James was matched-up with Luis Scola.
Watch as LBJ blows by Luis for the easy slam dunk and gets the and-1 foul call:
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Let me start this post with a fond rememberance of Sacramento Kings rookie Ben McLemore since he’s probably in the near future going to be as the guy who decided to stand in front of LeBron James when he threw down a nasty jam. The play happened in the first quarter of the Heat’s game with the Kings and watch as LeBron as he rises over Ben McLemore for the incredible one-handed...
At least Ben McLemore can cherish the time he spent with LeBron James by hanging this dunk poster on his wall.
Miami Heat superstar LeBron James got up from his chair and got in the face of teammate Mario Chalmers while huddled on the bench during a second half timeout in Wednesday night's game against Indiana.The spat appeared to be over a defensive miscommunication after Paul George hit a wide open 3-pointer. NBA play-by-play announcer Mike Breen mentioned that LeBron and Chalmers...
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This one is the early season leader for "Dunk of the Year". Poor Ben McLemore will soon learn...when LeBron James is charging towards you, just get out of the way. Posterized. My goodness.
Professional sports is always going to need new, young talent in order to remain a fresh and exciting product that fans are willing to pay top dollar to see live. The NBA is certainly not immune to that need, but luckily gets an influx of talent--like Sacramento Kings rookie Ben McLemore.@mrcolegs/TwitterHowever, as rookies they will inevitably pay the price for the folly of youth...
No matter what the Miami Heat was saying in advance of Wednesday night’s match up against the Indiana Pacers, that it was just another game, we know it meant a bit more than that. Naturally, tempers were a little flared during the game. During a timeout, LeBron James got in the face of teammate Mario Chalmers and had to be pulled away.
LeBron later apologized to Rio and apologized...
Mario Chalmers is the little brother on the Miami Heat that gets blamed for everything. Wednesday night, Chalmers must have really pissed LeBron James off, because he almost slapped Mario.
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George was LeBron’s man, and during the ensuing timeout...
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1. LeBron James
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4. Kobe Bryant
5. Dwight Howard
6. Derrick Rose
7. Kevin Durant
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Lebron James welcomed Sacramento Kings rookie Ben McLemore to the L in the first quarter.
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Los Angeles Lakers Kobe Bryant received plenty of support from those on Twitter, following the announcement he would miss six weeks with a knee injury. One of those tweeters offering support was none other than LeBron James.
LBJ tweeted a "get well soon" message to Bryant.
Yo @kobebryant #Mamba get well soon homie!
— LeBron James (@KingJames) December...