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When even Udonis Haslem can't miss for Miami, you know Heat won't
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Oh those crazy professional basketball players and their fashions! Dwayne Wade and LeBron James were at it again for Game Three of the Eastern Conference Finals. While the talk should be all about the way the Heat played--and a lot of it will be--we can't help but recognize the bold fashion moves that these titans of the hard court made Sunday.
LeBron has worn some pretty...
'SO BE IT'
Discussing the NBA's flopping epidemic, LeBron James -- who insists he's not a flopper -- says it is acceptable for players to try to gain an advantage.
LeBron James is looking for an intern and thanks to a job description on his website we have some insight into how you can land this gig. LeBron and team are looking for interns who are ahead of the social media curve and can work at least 10 hours a week. Most of the program seems to revolve around LeBron’s digital properties, which isn’t all that bad. You only have until...
More in the Dwyane Wade fashion series. I think this one’s gotta go back in the armoire. Cardigan AND a pocketbook? I’m all for pushing boundaries but cmon dood
Wade and Melo’s Girl Hangout
The Golden Child
Juwan Howard may not be playing currently, but he gives some of the best high fives that you will ever see. Case in point.
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What a holiday weekend filled with tons of playoff sports action. I hope all went well for everyone and the weekend was filled with tons of bacon, sports and beer. Without further delay, lets get on to our Midday Cup Check for May 28, 2013.
Blowing out the Candles
Glen Rice, longtime NBA 3 point stud, is best known for practicing making babies with Sarah Palin back in college during...
LeBron James has denied he is a flopper, but he believes that it is a useful strategy.
"Some guys have been doing it for years, just trying to get an advantage," James said on Monday. "Any way you can get an advantage over the opponent to help your team win, so be it."
The Miami Heat, especially James, and the Indiana Pacers appear to have opposite views on...
LeBron James has a lot of untapped football potential. While at St. Vincent-St. Mary High School in Akron, Ohio he was the starting varsity quarterback as a 14 year-old freshman year and an all-state wide receiver his sophomore and junior year. So what would have happened if LeBron didn’t quit football his senior year to focus on basketball? This has become an obsession on the...
Really, what can you say? This was just one of those games where you have no choice but to shake your head, acknowledge the supremacy of the Miami Heat, and move on. This was the kind of game that reminds you why the Heat are the reigning NBA champs, and why LeBron James is head and shoulders above everyone else in the league. It is the kind of game that reminds us that as the Pacers...
Udonis and Umakethis
In the first two games of the Eastern Conference Finals, at home, the Heat didn't look like, well, the team that had won an absurd percentage of games for the past 4+ months. Indy led for long stretches, crashed the boards, forced turnovers, and had their best player fight the Heat's best player to something akin to a draw. If you wanted to tell the...
MIAMI -- If LeBron James really wants one day to be a quarterback, a possible mentor has emerged.Super Bowl champion and two-time Pro Bowl signal caller Joe Theismann said he's willing to offer his services this summer to teach the Miami Heat star the position. In fact, Theismann, who lives in Memphis, said he wouldn't hesitate to approach James, 28, with the idea if the...
Tweet One of the worst kept secrets in the NBA is that LeBron James is the best player in the league right. His combination of athleticism, leadership and unbelievable skill put him on his own tier right now in the league. However, Super Bowl Champion quarterback Joe Theismann thinks that LeBron could be successful at [...]