Found January 20, 2012 on Sun Sentinel:
Courtside seats can be hazardous. Just ask Marlins owner Jeffrey Loria, who took a charge from LeBron James during Thursday’s Heat-Lakers game. James made a nice recovery, craddling Loria in his chair to keep him from toppling over. Loria, seated alongside his wife, Julie, and team president David Samson, appeared to get a kick out of abrupt encounter. It wasn’t until Craig Sager pointed it out during his courtside interview that James realized who he nearly steamrolled.

James overcomes illness, scores 31 as Heat top Lakers

LeBron James had a game-high 31 points despite experiencing flu-like symptoms earlier in the day, as the Miami Heat defeated the Los Angeles Lakers 98-87 on Thursday night. Miami defeated the Los Angeles for the fourth straight time. The Lakers have now lost seven of their last eight games in Miami. The Heat came out strong, building a 15-point lead at the half and never looking...

Video: LeBron Knocks Over Marlins Owner Jeffrey Loria

The Miami Heat wore their NWO uniforms for their showdown vs the Lakers. The Marlins owner, Jeffrey Loria, did not take heed to this omen. He was sitting first row mid court. LeBron was chasing a loose ball and knocks him down, but he did pick him right back up. I did not recognize him [...]

LeBron is active for game against Lakers

MIAMI Despite being sent home from the morning shootaround due to flu-like symptoms, Miami star LeBron James did not miss Thursday nights game against the Los Angeles Lakers. The Heat were without guard Dwyane Wade, who sat out his second straight game due to a sprained ankle. But the Heat pronounced James fit before the Lakers game despite having been under the weather. "...

Kikis Keys to the Game: Lakers vs. HeatMagic

LeBron James one night, Dwight Howard the next. Good luck, Los Angeles Lakers. Youre going to need it. All back-to-back games are a challenge, especially on the road, buttheyre more problematic when you have older players and arent getting goodproduction from the bench. Thatmeans Kobe Bryant and PauGasolhave to play a lot of minutes.And whileKobes been great, I think the Lakers...

James sent home from shootaround with illness, Wade day-to-day

Heat forward LeBron James was sent home from the team's shootaround practice Thursday morning because of illness, and is a game-time decision for Miami's matchup with the Los Angeles Lakers.

LeBron endorses Pop for U.S. coach

LeBron James and Tony Parker both endorse Spurs coach Gregg Popovich as a potential Olympics team coach in case Coach K steps down.

Kobe Bryant Finds Latest Loss to LeBron James ‘Hard to Digest’

by Marcel Mutoni / @marcel_mutoni Given all of the buildup and excitement created by LeBron James vs. Kobe Bryant showdowns, for the most part, the games have largely been duds. The reason is that LeBron seemingly always wins, while putting up better numbers across the board. And this drives Kobe Bryant crazy. Bryant put on a cheery disposition following the Lakers’ loss in Miami...

A little respect for coaches and PT

ND at the Team Rebound blog has done a fascinating job of following up my examination of the workload of top players on title teams. I noted that top players who play huge minutes used to win titles, but stopped seven years ago. Related: LeBron James last year, who played a ton of minutes in the regular season (3,063) and then led the league in playoff minutes (922) fizzled at...

Wade sits again as Heat romp Sixers

Chris Bosh and LeBron James are allowing Dwyane Wade to simply focus on recovery. Bosh scored 30 points, James added 28 points and nine rebounds and the Miami Heat remained unbeaten without Wade in the lineup this season, defeating the Philadelphia 76ers 113-92 on Saturday night. Mario Chalmers scored 11 for Miami, which outrebounded Philadelphia 52-31 and moved into a tie with...

76ers 92 - HEAT 113 Chat Recap

Recap of's live chat, where Miami's length bothered Philadelphia on the interior, Joel Anthony has his best statistical game of the season and LeBron James closed things out in the fourth quarter.

What to watch today: Lakers vs. Heat

There's lots of NBA star power on display tonight as Kobe Bryant and the L.A. Lakers visit the Miami Heat's Big Two -- that's LeBron James and Chris Bosh, as Dwyane Wade is out indefinitely with various foot, ankle and leg problems. 8, TNT.

Watch to watch today: What to watch today

There's lots of NBA star power on display tonight as Kobe Bryant and the L.A. Lakers visit the Miami Heat's Big Two -- that's LeBron James and Chris Bosh, as Dwyane Wade is out indefinitely with various foot, ankle and leg problems. 8, TNT.
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