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Normally, I'd have an introduction to this clip from last night's Miami Heat/Washington Wizards game but I'll just let the video do the talking.Watch as D-Wade drops this amazing dime to LeBron for the slam dunk:
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LeBron James plans to play through a sore shoulder and be on the floor Saturday night for the Miami Heat in a game against Washington. James sat out practice Friday with a bruised shoulder that was aggravated during a fall in Wednesday night's loss to Golden State. He continues to receive treatment on the shoulder, which he was he said was numb for a while before the soreness...
Despite having an ice pack hugging his right shoulder, LeBron James insists he'll be on the court for the Miami Heat's next game.
He's also insisting that the latest defeat for his team wasn't a step back.
James and the Heat will try to avenge what was possibly their most embarrassing defeat of the season when they host the league-worst Washington Wizards on Saturday...
We all know that LeBron James is pretty good at the game of basketball but did you think he could make a half court shot flat-footed?It happened during Saturday's Heat/Wizards affair as he was fouled before getting the shot away:
MIAMI (AP) -- LeBron James had 23 points and 10 rebounds, and the Miami Heat never trailed on the way to beating the Washington Wizards 102-72 on Saturday night.
Udonis Haslem and Dwyane Wade each scored 13 for Miami, which outscored Washington 29-10 in the third quarter to build a 33-point lead. James had 16 points alone in the third, ensuring he would finish with at least 20 points...
MIAMI (AP) -- The Miami Heat were outrebounded by 28, matching the second-largest margin in team history. They finished with only 24 boards, matching the second-lowest total in any game over the franchise's quarter-century of existence.
Somehow, none of that mattered.
Dwyane Wade scored 24 points, LeBron James added 22 points and 11 assists and the Heat survived a strangely...
Jabari Parker Announcing 12/20 + PredictionSports Illustrated dubbed Jabari Parker the best high school basketball prospect since Lebron James. While that is a mouthful, and more accurately depicts an effort to sell magazines than Parker’s overall ceiling, the coaches involved with Parker will be holding their breath this Thursday night. Parker, a 6-8 wing-forward from Chicago...
On Friday night following the tragedy that took place at Sandy Hooks elementary in Newtown, CT., all NBA games that were on the schedule held a moment of silence for the victims and their families. Saturday the Miami Heat took it one step further bringing their children on the court for that moment. Lebron James [...]
MIAMI It was embarrassing, and the Miami Heat knew it.
The Heat last week lost to the downtrodden Washington Wizards, who had come into the game having had just slightly more success than the Washington Generals. But, fortunately for the Heat, the schedule makers allowed to Miami to quickly get some revenge.
"We take our games very seriously," Heat forward LeBron James...
Dwyane Wade and LeBron James came up with the idea several hours before the game.
If the Miami Heat were going to have a moment of silence to honor the victims of the Connecticut school shooting, then they wanted their own children to share in that solemn tribute.
So several players did exactly that - and maybe it was no coincidence that the Heat came up with one of their most...
South African sprinter amputee Oscar Pistorius may be an unconventional choice for athlete of the year, but his accomplishments in sports this year, particularly at the Olympics, cannot be ignored for their bravery and unparalleled achievement.
Pistorius made Olympic history with his entry into the 400 meters and 4 x 400 meter relay races.
It was not just Olympic history, though...
While LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and the Miami Heat were running roughshod over the NBA two years ago, I was dismayed to find myself rooting for Kobe Bryant.
Bryant had never been a favorite of mine. Judging by the boos that rain down on him at every road arena, my attitude put me in the company of about three-quarters of all basketball fans. He was responsible for so much sports...
Whether you love or hate the Miami Heat, you had to appreciate this gesture that they offered during Saturday's game against the Washington Wizards.During pregame introductions, Heat players Ray Allen, Dwyane Wade, Chris Bosh and LeBron James brought out their kids to the court during the moment of silence for the victims of the Newton, Connecticut school shooting: