Found January 28, 2013 on
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President Obama honored the LeBron James and the 2012 NBA champion Miami Heat on Monday at the White House. James, a big Obama supporter who has won an NBA title, Olympic gold medals and MVP awards, was excited. almost giddy, to be on the grand stage. "I mean, we're in the White House," James said. "This is like, hey mama, I made it." Also on hand for the ceremony were Interior Secretary Ken Salazar, Education Secretary Arne Duncan and U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Susan Rice. It wasn't the first time that James and teammates Dwyane Wade and Shane Battier had met Obama. They played a pickup basketball game with the President in 2010 at Fort McNair near Washington for his 49th birthday. "I think that it's clear that going up against me prepared them to take on Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook," Obama said. "It sharpened their skills, gave them the competitive edge that they needed and I think part of the reason they c...
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Heat start LeBron James has been chosen No. 1. That makes sense. Hes a three-time league MVP and the games best player.
Thunder forward Kevin Durant goes second. Hes the second-best player, a scoring machine and still only 24 years old.
So, who do you take?
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Back on Monday, the Miami Heat traveled to Washington D.C. to visit the White House and celebrate their 2012 NBA Championship.Heat stars LeBron James and Dwyane Wade decided to roam the halls and took some time to take a photo with a portrait of 42nd USA president Bill Clinton:(Courtesy of TMZ/Image courtesy of LeBron James Instagram Account)
LeBron James took responsibility to look for Chris Bosh more often on offense, as will the rest of the team.
To the victor, goes the spoils.
And the spoils certainly went to the Miami Heat as they did the traditional visit to the White House to be honored by Barak Obama on their 2012 NBA title.
Not only did they present Obama with a Heat jersey, he spoke on the Heat's road to the title, joked that it was his skills on the court which gave Miami the edge to win it all, Lebron James...