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Mickey Arison, Miami Heat owner Congrats to Coach K. Tremendous milestone for one of the best to ever do it. Scott Drew, Baylor Head Coach Congrats Coach K. U have done a lot for basketball and have always been a Class Act. Jay Williams, ESPN Anyone notice that Bob Knight is wearing a MSU colored...Read the Rest...
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Chris Bosh says it still feels strange not to be playing basketball. And the idea of not playing any this season is simply too bizarre for the Miami Heat forward to fathom.
Bosh says he's taking a ''wait and see what happens'' approach for now to the labor divide that threatens the NBA season. He's still working out, still staying sharp and hopeful that the...
So it has come to this, scheduled releases of LeBron James workout videos, since that’s about as close to real basketball as we’re going to get for a while.
This time, LeBron takes the dive alongside Kevin Durant.
Clearly there is a marketing angle to the process, but you’ve got to sell sneakers somehow amid the lockout or decertification or disclaiming (or whatever you want...
Miami Heat forward LeBron James and his best buddy Kevin Durant continue their series Striving for Greatness…The King without a ring and Durant are filmed working out with trainer Mike Mancias at the University of Akron...As these Locked out days carry on, I find myself craving some NBA on TNT. -TO
Kevin Durant’s 35th Hour, Episode 4
Kevin Durant’s Football Card
LeBron James and Dwyane Wade have a little competition going: who can publicly embarrass more young children?
Last summer, Dwyane Wade spent some time blocking, taunting and dunking on kids. Then, at his camp, he spent some more time rejecting kids during a game of "knockout". LeBron, for his part, also dunked on a kid this summer (all those incidents detailed here...
LeBron James and Kevin Durant debut a new webcast that takes you behind the scenes of their offseason workouts.
With no end to the lockout in sight NBA players have to find other ways to fill the void left by not playing basketball. For LeBron James, this included a trip overseas to appear at the London School of Basketball, where the Miami Heat star was asked to show off his jumper, or lack thereof. After throwing up a few bricks like it was the fourth quarter of the NBA finals, one plucky...
LeBron James may have too many other things on his agenda beyond basketball to have the same type of approach as Kobe Bryant.
Of course he would. If he said he'd take Kobe or declined to answer, he would be pilloried. Now that he's on record as choosing himself in a one-on-one game against Mr. Bryant ... well, check the comments sometime on Tuesday for the other side of that coin.
Via SLAM, the Sun-Sentinel, and from the London School of Basketball, here's James' take on who would get to...