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As we’ve mentioned on this blog several times before, Miami Heat forward LeBron James--you might remember him from the NBA Finals last year--counts himself a big fan of the Dallas Cowboys. As such, he wasn’t all too pleased with the outcome of yesterday’s Cowboys-Cardinals game--and, like most to all Cowboys fans, he was mystified by head coach Jason Garrett’s decision to call a timeout before Dan Bailey attempted a 49-yard field goal, essentially icing him.
James took to Twitter in the late stages of the game to voice his displeasure to his millions and millions of followers.
First, he was just incredulous, via the Dallas Morning News: "Somebody tell me why we would call TO on our own kicker! Ice our own guy! SMH!"
Then he pragmatically argued against Garrett’s clock management: "Dez caught the 1st down pass with 26 secs and 2 TO's left. Call TO right then and see if we can get closer for Bailey with 1 TO left. OT now"
Finally, after he watched Larod St...
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Free agency starts today.
Richardson, Butler, Crawford among potential signees as teams can begin talking directly to players MondayWhen free agency began in July 2010, the Bulls paraded Dwyane Wade, Chris Bosh and Carlos Boozer around the United Center and sat across from LeBron James in a Cleveland boardroom, armed with wheelbarrows full of cash that translated to maximum contract offers.
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The International Olympic Committee is surely happy the NBA is back in business. International players may not have faced this problem, but the U.S. national team and the NBA are tied so closely together that there were concerns that America's best players won't be heading to London. Safe to say the lockout had ended all that talk.
One item on the new schedule though, could...
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