Found December 23, 2011 on Sun Sentinel:
Q: There is no better defense for Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh than LeBron James dominating the ball and forcing shots. The Heat will never be the team that they can be until they play as a team on the offensive end of the floor. He won't hit those forced jumpers more than one night out of three, at best. He is such a good passer that he could be so much more. -- Ron.

Video: LeBron James airballs a free throw/is still better at basketball than you

It's a preseason game, signifying absolutely nothing, and LeBron James is unquestionably the best basketball player in the world. Still, on Wednesday night, he shot a wide open 15-foot set shot about 14 feet. "Short!" (HT: Jose3030.) (Also, Michael did this once.)

After NBA Finals failures, Miami Heat’s LeBron James taking game to post

Think back to the Finals failures that stand out most.

Miami Heat’s Chris Bosh brings Christmas cheer to neglected and abused youths

Christmas was made a little brighter for more than 100 neglected and abused local youths, thanks to Chris Bosh.

Eastern Conference Preview: Heat remains a cut above rivals

Well, it wasn't exactly divine. Twenty-nine NBA teams were supposed to bow at the feet of Miami's LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh.

LeBron James: Dwight Howard 'not going through what I went through'

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Quirks galore in compressed schedule (AP)

Carmelo Anthony's return to Denver is delayed for another year. LeBron James and Dwyane Wade won't be visiting Sacramento anytime soon. Fans in Chicago will only be seeing Kobe Bryant on television this season. The NBA sought competitive balance. What it got was schedule imbalance. One of the many consequences of the lockout, besides hundreds of lost games and hundreds of...

2011-12 Los Angeles Lakers Preview

There was a lot of lip service about competitive balance during the NBA lockout this offseason. LeBron James fleeing Cleveland for the sun and sand of South Beach and Carmelo Anthony wrangling his way to New York upset more than a few "small-market" owners around the league last season, so much so that they almost shut down the sport for the year.

Raptors-Cavaliers Preview

Eight years after Cleveland picked LeBron James first overall in the draft and 17 months removed from James' infamous "Decision," there is hope Kyrie Irving may be the piece the Cavaliers can rebuild around. Irving will make his debut as the Cavs open the season Monday night at Quicken Loans Arena against another lottery team in the Toronto Raptors. After five straight...

NBA Announces Multi-Year Partnership with MISSION as the "Official Athletecare;TM" of the League.

Byline: Benzinga Staff NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- MISSION Athletecare(TM), the first and only line of Athlete-Engineered(R) products, is pleased to announce a multi-year merchandising partnership with the NBA becoming the "Official Athletecare" of the League. The first NBA branded products Court Grip and Power Grip will debut when the NBA tips off the 2011-12 season...

LeBron No Longer Most Hated in NBA

Sports fans are a notoriously fickle bunch, and apparently all it takes to make them forget about how much they hate the Miami Heat's LeBron James is a high-profile divorce involving Kim Kardashian.  Kardashian's ex-husband Kris Humphries is now the most hated player in the NBA, according to Forbes Magazine. A survey conducted by Nielsen and E-Poll Market Research showed...
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