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Chris Bosh sat down with GQ's Mark Anthony Green this week for a "GQ&A." Some things we learned: Bosh's favorite book is The 33 Strategies of War, he has "probably" felt depressed before, and he thinks that Dwyane Wade is both a better dresser and better in the clutch than LeBron James. More »
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Forum: Around The NBA
Posted By: Nowitzness81
Post Time: 01-12-2012 at 09:10 PM
The 2011 NBA playoffs laid low two of the best, and probably the two most famous, players in the entire league. LeBron James‘ struggles in the NBA Finals are well-chronicled, of course, and remain a subject of fascination mystery seven months later. Kobe Bryant was brought down two rounds earlier in arguably the most embarrassing playoff loss of his career, capped off by the Game...
The Heat didn’t play any D last night as the Nuggets shot 55.1% from the floor and it did them in. LeBron James led the way for the Heat in this game with 35 points, 5 rebounds, 6 assists, 2 steals and 1 blocked shot. Chris Bosh also filled up the stat sheet with 17 points, 8 rebounds, 2 assists, 1 steal and 3 blocked shots last night. Norris Cole (13 points, 1 rebounds and...
This is Spoelstra’s new offense.
On a night Dwyane Wade regained his footing, the Miami Heat stumbled.
While he tried to be diplomatic about it, Lakers coach Mike Brown said what we’ve all thought for a while: Kobe Bryant is far more intense than LeBron James. Here is the quote, via Kevin Ding of the Orange County Register: “There’s just a different feel to the two guys,” Brown said…. “LeBron is a…
LeBron James and Tim Tebow have vastly different backgrounds and play different sports, but James said Friday that he can relate to the high-profile Broncos quarterback.
Photo Credit: Keith Allison
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Studs & DudsSTUDSChris Bosh & Mario Chalmers – Dwayne Wade is dealing with a bruised foot/plantar fasciitis and LeBron James missed some time because of a sprained ankle. While both games the "Kings of Miami" missed went into overtime and thus super-boosted the numbers of Bosh Spice and Chalmers...
Ty Lawson returned from a sprained right foot to score 24 points, and the Denver Nuggets sent the Miami Heat to their third straight loss with a 117-104 victory on Friday night. LeBron James had 35 points for the Heat, who have lost their last 10 games in Denver. Nene added 17 points for the Nuggets. Rudy Fernandez and Al Harrington each had 15 points.