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Tonight, Jeff Green will get another crack at guarding the best player of his generation.
The last time Boston played Miami, a double overtime thriller in January, Green was given the unenviable task of guarding LeBron James and he actually did well at it. Sure, James had 34 points, 16 rebounds and seven assists, but as ESPN's Chris Forsberg points out:
The main face of Boston's defensive effort against James in that game was Jeff Green, who embraced the challenge of checking arguably the NBA's best player and did a commendable job of forcing James into jump shots and denying him clear paths to the basket. Of the 31 shots James took in that game, 19 came outside of the lane, and he took just five free throws.
If Kevin Garnett doesn't play because of a strained left adductor, Green should start and get an early crack at James. That would help take the stress off of Paul Pierce to have to guard "The King," but not having defensive leader Garnett on the floo...
BEST OF MAXIM
LeBron James posted this photo of his pregame look to Instagram this morning, stating that fashion is confidence. He also asked that you not kill his vibe. The Heat are taking on the Toronto Raptors for their 22nd consecutive win. Thoughts on his pregame look? He’s not only showcasing his fashion sense, he’s doing a bit of product placement as well. Note the Beats by Dre headphones...
It's time to settle this once and for all. Who had the better dunk, the Heat's LeBron James or the Clips' DeAndre Jordan?
WHY THE HECK NOT?
Thanks to whomever had the brilliance to toss a Jim Ross call over the possible dunk of the year from DeAndre Jordan, because they have done it again for LeBron James’ dunk on Jason Terry Monday night. The specific call comes from the 1998 ‘King of the Ring’ and it really needs no introduction. Hungry for more Jim Ross? Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
The Future Deep Playoffs
When LeBron made The Decision to go to Miami, he was, of course, pilloried for what he'd done to the Cleveland fan base and ownership. In no short order, the ownership ceded any pretense to the high ground, and screwing Cleveland Fan seems to be, well, something that the entire world does, so it's hard to get too worked up about that. But to a lesser...
You haven’t really been dunked on until your Wikipedia page has pronounced you dead, just ask Brandon Knight. So of course, Jason Terry’s page was immediately updated to say “He died on March 18, 2013, due to being dunked on by LeBron James” after he was absolutely destroyed by LeBron during Monday night’s game against the Heat.
In the second quarter of the Heat vs. Celtics game on Monday night, Lebron James had a running start before he dunked on Jason Terry of the Celtics. Check out the video below.The Celtics are up 59-53 at halftime.
While I figure that most of you are watching the Miami Heat/Boston Celtics game, if you aren't...you might have missed this epic alley-oop dunk from LeBron James.Watch as a steal by Dwyane Wade leads to a Norris Cole alley-oop to LeBron as he dunks on Boston Celtics guard Jason Terry:(Courtesy of @Jose3030)
The Big Leagues And a comeback win, to add insult to injury.
Brandon Knight and Jason Terry both have been the victims of humiliating dunks courtesy of Clippers' DeAndre Jordan and Heat's LeBron James respectively.
Both dunks were absolutely filthy, worthy of being named Dunk of the Year but only one can be chosen tops between the two.
Each have their similarities and differences. Jordan's alley-oop dunk over Knight was explosive...
Jason Terry is on a tombstone with Brandon Knight.
Chris Bosh clowning around with Lebron during a interview after the Miami Heat beat Toronto Raptors. via: NBAHighlightClips All rights to the NBA!