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Chris Bosh had a cameo appearance on NBC's television show Parks and Recreation. Judging by his celebration, Bosh is already in midseason form.
It’s not everyday that Miami Heat star LeBron James asks science questions but thanks to the fine folks over at the Khan Academy, we get to learn the answers to some breaking questions. LeBron asked eight questions to the education website about science back in 2012 and below are some of my personal favorites from the series: *** LeBron James image courtesy of Getty Images
After his sophomore year at Marquette, Dwyane Wade decided to have the meniscus in his left knee removed. It was a decision made for expediency's sake, the Heat guard suggests now, and one he regrets.
Wade, who has battled knee problems throughout his 10-year NBA career and had to receive regular knee treatments through the second half of last season and the playoffs, believes...
After his sophomore year at Marquette, Dwyane Wade decided to have the meniscus in his left knee removed. It was a decision made for expedient’s sake, the Heat guard suggests now, and it is one he regrets.
Wade, who has battled knee issues throughout his 10-year NBA career and had to receive regular knee treatments through the second half of last season and the playoffs, believes...
(Eds: Adds details, quotes. Should stand. With AP Photos.) By TIM REYNOLDS AP Basketball Writer For the 20th straight year, Juwan Howard is taking part in NBA practices.
For the first time, he's not doing it as a player.
A coach of sorts for the Miami Heat as his playing career wound down over the past two seasons, Howard has simply removed ''of sorts'' from...
Two champions collided in Miami this week during the UFC 168 world tour: NBA world champ and Heat power forward Udonis Haslem got some sparring in with UFC middleweight king Chris Weidman during open workouts.
Despite the "very pro-Anderson Silva crowd," as UFC President Dana White put it, Weidman had the 6' 8", 235-pound Haslem in his corner.
LeBron James can do more than dominate every facet of the game on the hardwood. James is well rounded, intelligent, and judging by the video below, a high end watch designer as well.
The reigning NBA MVP teamed up with Audemars Piguet from Switzerland, to create a $51, 500 limited edition Audemar watch titled the Chronograph by LeBron James.
Only 600 of the watches were made...
Last night Chris Bosh made a brief, but actually kind of funny cameo on NBC’s only hit show Parks & Rec. Bosh played a high school basketball/french horn player and dunked on a kid.
Bosh is building himself quite the filmography, having already appeared on Entourage & Law & Order.
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11 years ago, while playing college basketball at Marquette, Dwyane Wade opted to have meniscus-removal surgery on his left knee.
It's a decision that Wade regrets today, due to the many knee problems he's had to deal with since, he told Brian Windhorst of ESPN.
Wade said that if more of a long-term approach was used when he had his meniscus surgery in 2002, following...
Gotta love Michael Jordan. It took him 5 seconds to verbally slap around LeBron James and Kobe Bryant:
NBA legend Michael Jordan believes he could beat LeBron James in a one-on-one basketball game when he was in his prime.
He’s not sure about Kobe Bryant.
In a video promoting the NBA 2K14 video game that is being released today, Jordan said there’s a long list of players he would’ve...
Doc Rivers knows a thing or two about having a big three.
Before the Miami Heat tried putting together their own big three, Rivers had already won a title with his own trio before the Heat ever thought about putting one together.
Rivers is no longer in Boston with Pierce, Garnett, and Allen, but he believes he has own big three out west now. Rivers likes the trio of CP3, Blake...
The great Michael Jordan said today he would beat LeBron James 1-on-1 in his prime. As you may expect, that comment created debate all over social media outlets. There was one player Jordan wasn’t too sure about and that’s none other than Kobe Bryant. In his prime, Michael Jordan thinks he would have defeated LeBron James […]
Well, this should surprise no one: in a promotional video for NBA 2K14 Michael Jordan said he could have beaten LeBron James if they were able to play a game of one-on-one while both players were in their prime.
From Ira Winderman of the Sun Sentinel:
In the video, Jordan, 50, said there were several players he would have liked to have played in the primes of each, including...