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LeBron James had to be doing some sort of commercial here but decided to post himself dancing in some short shorts and an afro wig, getting his Dr J on.
Stick with the baldy Bron.
Jocks and Stiletto Jill provides the video via LeBron’s Instagram.
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If you are not a fan of the Heat or LeBron James, you have one less thing to make fun of this year. LeBron has finally shaved his head. That is all we literally have to report on this breaking news piece of hard hitting journalism.
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Lebron James is such a dunk contest tease. According to CBS Sports, King James and Nike have started a new ad campaign encouraging people to challenge themselves.
Since the whole focus of the campaign is to challenge oneself, we’re hoping this means that Lebron is going to take the leap in the 2014 dunk contest, but that’s just wishful thinking. In the meantime, stop teasing...
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Continuing our summertime chronicle of “The Life and Times of LeBron James and His Instagram Account,” on Wednesday, Mr. LeBron James — perhaps inspired by the “Frasier” episode “Room Full of Heroes” (although probably not), played a little dress-up in order to emulate NBA icon Dr. J. Bearing the message, “Breaking news. DR.J is making […]The post Who wears short...
When asked where he might play following next season, LeBron James gave an understandable answer.
Im a winner; I want to win, James said in an exclusive interview with FOX Sports Lives Bill Reiter on Tuesday night. Im in a position right now where thats all I think about. Im very comfortable in my surroundings.
I love my teammates, I love the organization in Miami. So I like where...
LeBron James posted a photo to his Instagram in which he is not bald, including a fantastic hashtag: #ButIThoughtHeWasBaldThough
Currently, NBA TV is showing game two of the 1996 NBA Finals between the Chicago Bulls and the Seattle Supersonics.
One of the notable individuals watching the replay of that classic game is Miami Heat star LeBron James who decided to shout out Bulls forward Scottie Pippen in a couple of tweets:
Watching vintage Games. @ScottiePippen was a beast man!! Don't think he fully gets...
In a 1-on-1 interview with Fox Sports’ Bill Reiter Tuesday, LeBron James was asked to name his top 3 players in NBA history. After giving it some thought, James named Michael Jordan, Dr. J and Larry Bird, but later asked to extend the list to four to add Magic Johnson.
LeBron James revealed his top three players of all time earlier this week, and read like a lot of list may with Jordan, Dr. J, and Larry Bird on top of Bron Bron’s list.
LeBron of course left out a lot of great players, and one such player who still has something of an ego, didn’t take to kindly to it.
Magic Johnson was left off that list, and was having none of it, taking to...
LeBron James was asked in an interview with Fox Sports 1 to name his best three basketball players of all-time.
James quickly responded with Michael Jordan and hesitated for several seconds before including Julius Erving and Larry Bird.
Many historians of the game put several of basketball's best big men in the top-3, but James clearly was leaning toward all-around players with his list.
LeBron James had Magic Johnson out of his top three of the NBA's greatest players of all time, and Johnson reacted on his official Twitter page on Thursday.
"Lebron is entitled to his opinion, but I still think that he and I have a similar game and that’s why I LOVE to watch him play!" Johnson wrote.
James listed Michael Jordan, Julius Erving and Larry Bird as his...
The Dodgers have become the darlings of summer and all Magic Johnson wants to do is enjoy his team like everyone else is, but he can't because his phone won't stop ringing, this according to his Twitter account.
The Dodgers owner has been peppered with questions about the Dodgers, yes, but also about two-time reigning finals MVP LeBron James.
The Heat forward appeared on...
The Miami Heat have three straight Finals appearances and two back-to-back titles since the “Big three” of LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh teamed up in the summer of 2010. With a target on their back going into next season, do the Heat have what it takes to win it all again? Here are a few teams that could pose a threat to Miami’s championship hopes in 2013-14....