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LeBron James continued his pursuit of personal excellence on Monday becoming just the became the fifth player in NBA history to score 10 points or more in 500 consecutive games.James and the Miami Heat squad defeated the Toronto Raptors 104-95 in a much-needed signature win.
The Heat have gotten off to a shaky start with a record of 3-2 in a season that has been earmarked for domination as they chase their third consecutive NBA championship.
After the contest, James told ESPN that he was blown away by the weight of his accomplishment that was sealed on a thunderous dunk.
“When I see a stat like that, I’m like ‘Wow,’ because I know the history of the game, I know the guys who paved the way for myself and my teammates,” James said. “To be in such a great class like that, it’s an amazing feeling.”
James joined Karl Malone, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Michael Jordan and Moses Malone as the only players in NBA history to reach this milestone.
James walked away with 35 points, eight rebounds and eight assists.
Watch the video below for all of the highlights.
Video: LeBron James Walks Into History Books
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LeBron James has a cool sense of humor, so I can only wonder if he totally wanted to buss out laughing when a Toronto reporter asked him about free agency.
According to the Toronto Sun, James was asked, jokingly, if he would consider signing with the Toronto Raptors in free agency.
“I’m not answering free agent questions,” said the league’s best player, failing to completely...
LeBron James didn't make himself a friend of the Toronto Raptors on Tuesday night. Not only did LeBron dominate the game, scoring 35 points on just 20 shots, he also showboated as the clock ticked down in the fourth quarter.
As LeBron took the ball past halfcourt with a little over a minute remaining, he danced to the arena music while dribbling. Not surprisingly, the Raptors...
We all know that Miami Heat star LeBron James is one of the most intense basketball players on the face of the earth but even he has to slow his roll during games. After the 76ers big victory over the Heat, 76ers rookie Michael Carter-Williams talked with CBS Philadelphia about going up against LeBron and mentioned that the game he was “coasting a little”: “That competitive...
We have to admit that this play is a little unfair to LeBron James, as Jonas Valanciunas’ dunk is the result of Shane Battier leaving his man in order to make a feeble attempt at drawing a charge. But, regardless of LeBron being forced into sudden help duty, he still got in the air to challenge the shot. Hence: posterization. It’s okay, LeBron, it happens to the best of ‘em...
Kids at home, I think we finally hit our LeBron James limit on That NBA Lottery Pick…okay, not really but I guess we tried our best!
Kudos to Ken Dorset of Bleacher Report for creating to classic GIF of LeBron celebrating an and-1 opportunity with some “phantom gun play”:
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In today’s episode of “NBA Players Being Dicks”, we have three fine examples of troll-ish behavior — all from Tuesday night. First up is Dennis Schroeder of the Atlanta Hawks, who put the “dick” in “NBA Players Being Dicks” with this shot to DeMarcus Cousins’ Man Zone. A retaliatory move by Cousins garnered him the second slot on our list, after this shove of Al...
LeBron James talked with the media about his legacy, why Floyd Mayweather is an athlete he respects, the challenges in facing a young Toronto Raptors team, and getting geared up mentally for all 82 games.
If all goes according to plan, LeBron James will reach a pretty impressive milestone on Tuesday night against the Toronto Raptors. King James currently has scored double-digit points in 499 games.
LeBron would join a very exclusive club; only four players in NBA history have scored at least 10 points in at least 500 consecutive games (Michael Jordan, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Karl...
LeBron James and Dwayne Wade scored 35 and 20 points, respectively, as the Miami Heat (3-2) downed the Toronto Raptors(2-2) by a score of 104-95 to earn their first road win of the season after losing two straight away from their home. Ray Allen chipped in with 14 points of his own off of the ...The post Heat Beat Raptors, Earn First Road Win of Season appeared first on The League News.
Bron-Bron is slipping, but it’s OK because he’s the king.
The Heat beat the Raptors by 9 on Tuesday night, and were led By LeBron James who scored in double figures for the 500th straight game.
The Heat were not focused on defense without Chris Bosh last night and it showed, particularly on this play were Raptors rugged and talented forward Jonas Valanciunas dunked over James...
Looking for an alley-oop dunk from Dwyane Wade and LeBron James?
Well, this is the post for you as a Miami fastbreak attempt ended with LeBron throwing down a big two-handed jam after an assist from D-Wade in Toronto:
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Whether you're a big man or a guard, you should have basketball moves for the post. Need an example? Look at LeBron James. Early in his career he played out
Happens to everybody so no big deal, but pretty cool to watch. LeBron James and the Miami Heat were in Toronto last night to take on the Raptors in what turned out to be a decent game. Mainly because LeBron got dunked on by Jonas Valanciunas. Check out the play below and thank Blacksportsonline for […]
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The Miami Heat scored their fourth straight win in American Airlines Arena on TNT’s Thursday Night coverage. Dwayne Wade was stellar for the Heat as he racked up twenty-nine points for the reigning NBA champs. Lebron James added eighteen points to the Heat en route to victory.
Blake Griffin threw down some crazy slam dunks at the closing seconds of the ball...
There are many ways to get your Twitter account verified and it appears that Utah Jazz guard John Lucas the third got his verified after LeBron James dunked on him.
As we hop into the wayback machine, John was a member of the Chicago Bulls and this dunk in January of 2012 sent shockwaves through the Interwebs:
Now, thanks to Alex Kennedy, we learn that Twitter sprung into action...