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LeBron James made headlines earlier this week when he hinted at a run for head of the NBA’s players’ union. James said the union was “going backwards.” Jerry Stackhouse – an active participant in union activities – wasn’t pleased [CBS Sports - Ken Berger]:
Stackhouse, one of seven executive committee members elected at All-Star weekend in Houston this past February — when longtime executive director Billy Hunter was ousted — said James’ comments felt like a “kick in the stomach.”
“I don’t think he’s had any dialogue with anybody since the All-Star break, but it is what it is,” Stackhouse said. “To make that statement about where we are as a union right now, he was misinformed.”
James is one of many players who will not be attending the crucial meeting due to other offseason obligations. Since the executive committee sent a memo to the union membership about the timing of the meeting to elect a new president and discuss how Hunter’s successor will be chosen, numerous playe
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Jerry Stackhouse challenged LeBron James' belief that the NBA players union is "going backwards," saying the opinion of the Miami Heat star is misinformed.
"He's the best player in the game right now and we want the entire league to be involved," Stackhouse said. "But he needs to be informed in speaking on our union business."
Despite playing in three straight NBA Finals, and having a huge wedding to prepare for, LeBron James got back to work early, in preparation for the 2013 NBA season.
If it’s not pulling tractors, or lifting weights, James is working, and chasing a three peat.
James says he was motivated by the moves made around the NBA during the offseason, and he’s prepared to defend his team‘s...
After days of careful consideration and research Miami Heat star LeBron James decided he will not run for president or first vice president of the National Basketball Players Association a person familiar with James' decision told USA TODAY Sports.
The person requested anonymity because he was not authorized to speak publicly about James' plans.
Interested in union matters...
Jeff Zillgitt of USA TODAY reports LeBron James will not run for NBPA President this summer, citing sources close to James. James had previously expressed interest publicly in running for the now-vacant position with Derek Fisher's term having expired.
This weekend he expressed some criticism toward the union's direction telling Brian Windhosrt of ESPN.com that "...
In this edition of pictures that LeBron James posts to his Instagram account, it appears LBJ had a take a trip to the dentist, today.
Below is the photo evidence of two people wearing white gloves working on LeBron’s pearly whites:
In the end this was much to do about nothing.
Even though LeBron hinted he would run and said the Players’ Union was not in a good place right now, in the end he decided he didn’t have enough time to focus on it.
After days of careful consideration and research, Miami Heat star LeBron James decided he will not run for president or first vice president of the National Basketball...
Ever wondered what a LeBron James sand sculpture would look like?
Well, the Nike Campus in Beaverton, Oregon has a unique sand sculpture that looks like Miami Heat star LeBron James:
Nike campus built a LeBron James sand sculpture [Beyond The Buzzer]
LeBron James was a name that was circulating as being the next president of the National Basketball Players Union. He then withdrew his name from pursuing that presidential title. Before [...]
If you’ve been wondering how good of a football player LeBron James could be, you can at least visualize it now.
The Miami Heat star unveiled brand new football uniforms for his alma mater, Akron High School, over the weekend as part of his second annual “I Promise Family Reunion,” an event for the LeBron James Family Foundation. The program, which includes 700 students, provides...
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During a visit to Nike’s Beaverton, Oregon campus, LeBron James took a picture next to a gigantic sand sculpture of himself. It’s a pretty impressive work of art featuring James’ torso and replicas of the two Larry O’Brien trophies the Miami Heat have won in 2012 and 2013. I’ve seen better though.
Two-time NBA champ LeBron James has “joked” about his football skills, and was a one-time star receiver in high school.
Of course, he realized his future was in basketball and got off the gridiron.
But if you’ve ever wondered what LeBron may look like on a football field, well we give you Florida power forward Patric Young.
He’s not donning any pads in this...
Akron (Ohio) St. Vincent-St. Mary's combo guard Jalen Hudson (6-5, 197), who plays for the same high school that current NBA superstar LeBron James did, said Monday that his first official visit will be to Arkansas.
There has been some outrageous fashion trends going on in the NBA scene. We have seen capris on men, super colorful fruit shirts, and a whole lot of WTF? Nothing is more amusing than seeing an all star caliber athlete try to strut off his fashion sense. Some can pull it off…Other, we get a good laugh out of it. Everyone looks back on pictures in their youthful days and think to...
Twitter absolutely lost its collective sh*t upon hearing Kendrick Lamar’s verse on Big Sean’s track “Control” which was produced by legendary Chicago producer No I.D. and (only now as a side note) also featured Jay Electronica. Artists, randoms, and everyone in-between seemed to have a comment about Kendrick tossing himself in a class with Nas, Jay z, Eminem and Andre 3000...