Found May 14, 2012 on
By Payton Wales
LeBron James is an MVP once again. Hold on while I fix my face in a look of surprise. Just gimme a second, I'll get it. No, I swear, I can look surprised.
OK, I'm lying, I can't. I'm not surprised by this at all. After all, James put together one of the best statistical seasons in NBA history.
The King graciously accepted his award May 13 before he, and the rest of the Miami Heat, prepared to play the Indiana Pacers. Upon accepting the award, James poured out his heart to Heat fans, grateful for the rare air receiving the award put him in and then reaffirmed to Heat fans what his true goals were.
"Heat Nation, we have a bigger goal," James said. "This is very overwhelming to me as an individual award. But this is not the award I want, ultimately. I want that championship. That's all that matters to me."
James also sang the praises of his teammates for their contributions and effort.
"This is a team game...
BEST OF MAXIM
MIAMI –The Miami Heat beat the Indiana Pacers in the opening game of their Eastern Conference semifinals series. There are plenty that will and have already written the Pacers off.
The Heat are heavily favored by Players View to win in five games, but that prediction can go south if the team starts reading the predictions and buying into the hype.
During the second half of Game...
Yeah, I know those aren't LeBron 9's but I wear flip flops 24/7 so deal with it.
It was announced on Saturday that Miami Heat forward LeBron James was awarded MVP for the third time in his career, after leading his team to a 46-20 regular season record and the No. 2 seed in the East. James averaged 27.1 points per game this season, while his “Big 3” cohorts Dwyane Wade...
This comic comes from an individual that I follow who maintains an NBA-themed comic website you can find here and follow him at @bouncex3. He did a terrific job with his recent comic in which he used LeBron James in a humorous fashion as well touching on the subject of all the injuries through the compacted 66-game [...]
This is an old video, but definitely one that needs revisited with the NBA Playoffs again. LeBron James try his best to get the shimmy shimmy on, but Shaq’s cameo is equally comical.
Miami Heat forward LeBron James awarded his third NBA MVP award on Saturday, several media outlets have reported. James received 85 of 121 first-place votes and 1,074 points. Oklahoma City guard and scoring champion Kevin Durant finished second with 24 first-place votes and 889 points. The rest of the top five finishers (with first place votes and points) include Los Angeles Clippers...
This past weekend Miami Heat superstar Lebron James was named the NBA 2011-2012 Most Valuable Player. This is Lebron’s third MVP trophy, first player since M.J. to win at least three MVP’s,all hail the King.For the occasion Lebron assembled a modernistic mismatched suit, featuring a gray double breasted blazer,matching tie/shirt combo, completed with pop color bottoms. When...
MIAMI (AP) -- LeBron James got his trophy, and then he and Dwyane Wade made sure the Miami Heat got a win in Game 1.
James scored 32 points and grabbed 15 rebounds in his first game as a three-time MVP, Wade finished with 29 despite struggling from the floor, and the Heat beat the Indiana Pacers 95-86 to open their Eastern Conference semifinal series on Sunday.
Chris Bosh scored...
Another Miami Heat loss and another last second shot not taken by their star player, Lebron James. With the ball and down by 3 points, the Heat decided to pass the ball into Mario Chalmers hands to have a chance at tying the game with a three. Chalmers does have the better 3-point stroke, shooting 38.8% from behind the arc but James’ numbers are right behind him at 36.2%. If the...
Heat vs. Pacers
Season Series: Miami (3-1)
(Heat)Championships: 1, Last Championship: 2006, Last Season: Lost in Finals
Scoring: LeBron James (27.1), Assists: LeBron James (6.2). Rebounds LeBron James & Chris Bosh (7.9), Blocks: Joel Anthony (1.3), Steals: LeBron James (1.8)
(Pacers) Championships: 3 (All in ABA) Last Championship: 1973 Last Season: Lost in Eastern...
No Big Three meant one big problem for Miami, and one very big win for Indiana.
David West scored 16 points and grabbed 10 rebounds, George Hill added 15 and the Indiana Pacers took home-court advantage away from Miami by beating the Heat 78-75 in Game 2 of the teams' Eastern Conference semifinal series Tuesday night.
LeBron James scored 28 points for Miami and Dwyane Wade...