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LeBron James laid down a beautiful baseline drop pass for Chris Bosh in a preseason game against the Brooklyn Nets. LBJ channelled his inner Magic Johnson.
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LeBron James reminded the world that the NBA season is approaching. In a preseason game against the Washington Wizards, LeBron threw down three nasty dunks.
LeBron James stated on Twitter that he wants to play in one NFL game.
“@TylerC_2: @KingJames would you ever consider playing in one pro football game? In any league?”(I wanna play one NFL game before it’s over)
— LeBron James (@KingJames) October 19, 2013
I wouldn’t expect LeBron to ever play in an NFL game.
First of all, a team won’t sign him for one game and he wouldn’t...
As he does from time to time, the Miami Heat's LeBron James answered questions from his followers via Twitter on Friday night.
He originally planned to do it for a just a few minutes, but extended the session to almost an hour, answering questions ranging from his favorite place to eat in Miami, funniest teammate and how he balances basketball and fatherhood.It's been awhile...
LeBron James is loving life right now, and in a really comfortable spot as a player.
Is James really that comfortable with his standing in the NBA?
Well if he goes ahead with his plan to honor Dr. J, we will all find out how comfortable in the public eye. During his much publicized interview with Chris Broussard, James once again paid homage to the great Julius Irving.
LeBron James and the Miami Heat are in midseason form already. Check out these back to back slams by LeBron in this week’s NBA pre-season game versus the Wizards.
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Second-year shooting guard Bradley Beal torched the Miami Heat on Tuesday night with 29 points (in 31 minutes, no less) in a 100-82 victory for the Washington Wizards. But it was LeBron James who stole the show in the second quarter, throwing down back-to-back powerful fast break dunks that prove he’s ready for the season to begin.
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LeBron James was the bane of humanity for leaving Cleveland. Ray Allen was Benedict Arnold for ditching the Celtics.
But Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett? Ah, they were just going to a new team because their time in Boston was up.
That’s not the way everyone has seen the departure of Pierce and Garnett from the Celtics, but at least a couple of Miami Heat stars are finding it strange...
Ric Bucher has a new gig at the Bleacher Report, and what better way to reintroduce yourself to the masses than by getting the LeBron stans riled up on a Thursday afternoon.
Bucher has taken a hit for this statement before, and once again reaffirmed it on Tuesday when he took to Twitter to proclaim that he’d take Derrick Rose as a player over LeBron James.
Bucher was nice enough...
If LeBron James wants to rope himself into the back-and-forth (or, for that matter, the silent treatment) that has accompanied the breakup of the Celtics’ Big Three, that’s just fine — Kevin Garnett and Paul Pierce will take shots at him as well.
Garnett and Pierce had brief but pointed words for the Heat star this week after James accused the two of getting a break when they...
The Miami Heat and Brooklyn Nets are set to square off against each other in a preseason game Thursday night. However, it appears the trash talk has begun before the two teams even step on the floor.
When Ray Allen left the Boston Celtics in favor of Miami, former teammates Kevin Garnett and Paul Pierce were extremely critical of him. Now that both Garnett and Pierce have left...
We all know how intense Kevin Garnett can be. LeBron James went on record to essentially call Garnett and teammate Paul Pierce hypocrites for the way they treated Ray Allen after leaving the Boston Celtics to join the Miami Heat last season last season. Garnett and Pierce, along with Doc Rivers and other Celtics’ players were quick to pass judgement on their former teammate (Allen...
Perception, is an extremely powerful thing.
There are some people who say it comes very close to reality in terms of importance, but one thing I will say is what people think is true is generally what they choose to believe. Even if it may not necessarily be the case.
That’s kind of how I feel about the anonymous player poll done by ESPN The Magazine, in which they asked current...
LeBron James spent most of the night sitting with fans, Ray Allen didn't re-enact his famous shot and the Larry O'Brien Trophy was nowhere to be found.
It was an NBA Finals rematch in name only, though once again, it was the Miami Heat coming out on top.
Dwyane Wade scored 25 points in 26 minutes, James Jones added 18 and the Heat beat the San Antonio Spurs 121-96 in a...
The legend of Michael Jordan dies a little more every day. While his status as basketball’s G.O.A.T remains under assault by LeBron James,…
ESPN’s NBA countdown show may have lost Magic Johnson, but it looks as if it will finally have a proper host this season. According to Deadspin, “SportsCenter” anchor Sage Steele has been offered the role. Sage hasn’t accepted yet and is currently entering the last year of her contract with ESPN.
The countdown show has gone through yet another recent shuffle with Mike Wilborn’s...