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Mike Silva's Sports Media Watchdog:
Steve Keane and I look at Michael Jordan at 50, and debate how Lebron James and others would fare during MJ’s era.
Hear out thoughts on NBA All-Star Weekend, Fred Wilpon’s spring state of the union and the Yankees vs. StubHub
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To the benefit of Illuminati conspiracy theorists everywhere, Lebron may or may not have flashed a hand sign similar to that of the "eye in the pyramid" gesture popularized by Jay-Z of rapping and Brooklyn Nets ownership fame. (Photo courtesy of Nah Right)Take a gander at :15 in the footage below from the player introductions and judge for yourself...is King James...
LeBron James is the best player in the NBA today. He is the reigning NBA MVP and Finals MVP. This month along, he has dominated the game making history by becoming the first player in the league to score at least 30 points while averaging over 60 percent shooting average in six straight games. However even after you calculated all of LeBron’s accomplishments, Michael Jordan...
The post LEBRON JAMES KOBE AND DWIGHT ALL STAR WEEKEND MEME appeared first on THEHUSKER.COM.
HOUSTON The weekend started on Friday, when LeBron James started talking about Michael Jordan talking about LeBron James.
This is the nature of NBA All-Star weekend, which finishes with the All-Star game at 8 p.m. ET Sunday at Toyota Center in Houston. It is a weekend for sorting things out whos better than whom, what is the state of the NBA, how popular is basketball globally...
LeBron James and Jay-Z hosted their annual “2 Kings Dinner” in Houston last night where everybody from Drake to J. Cole came out to enjoy the night:
LeBron and Adrian Peterson
Drake and Ne-Yo
Drake and J. Cole
LeBron James and Ludacris
photos via The YBF, @kingjames, @larsapippen
LeBron James is perfect; and he dunks perfectly during Sunday’s All-Star Game in Houston which reminds fans of the crappy dunks they saw during the Dunk Contest. Why, James, Why???The post LeBron James’ Dunks Are Better Than [Insert Dunk Contest Joke] (Video) appeared first on The NBA Mistress.
Everyone knows that nobody plays defense in the NBA All-Star Game, but Kobe Bryant made one exception Sunday night.
Bryant came from behind to block a shot by LeBron James late in the fourth quarter of this year’s edition of the annual offensive showcase, leading to an easy dunk at the other end by Kobe’s Western Conference teammate, Kevin Durant.
Kobe and LeBron had — as usual...
LeBron James and Jay Z once again teamed up for their annual NBA All-Star dinner celebration which they have dubbed “2 Kings.” The event took place at Houston’s RDG Bar Annie. For the sixth year, the dinner featured a who’s who of tastemakers, executives and personalities from the sports, entertainment and technology realms.
Some of the names on the guest list for the...
The circus is back in town. Every year, or sometimes even more often, we seem to be forced to debate on whether Kobe Bryant or LeBron James is the next Michael Jordan. It’s like the Tim Tebow debate; ESPN cooks it up and puts it on a plate and we forgo our forks and shovel The post LeBron James, Kobe Bryant Still Chasing Michael Jordan appeared first on No Coast Bias.
Michael Jordan will look to have quite the impressive birthday party.credit: celebritycarz.com
Michael Jordan has been in the news a lot lately, for a variety of strange reasons. During LeBron James’ recent hot streak, the comparisons between the two have been a hot topic of conversation, once again. Then, we found out that the soon-to-be 50-year-old Michael Jordan beat Michael...
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The Miami Hurricanes are the hot team in college basketball right now. At this point the beauty of college hoops is there isn’t a clear cut number one, two, three etc. I have no idea who is going to win the NCAA tournament, which means another sh$tpie bracket for me.
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MIAMI -- In their 25-year history, the Miami Heat have won two championships, including one last season. Now they're setting their sights on something they've never done.
The Heat never have had the NBA's best regular-season record.
But if the Heat and LeBron James continue to play the way they have lately, it could happen. The Heat (36-14), who play their first game...