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One of the weirdest technical fouls you will ever see happened during Tuesday night’s preseason NBA game between The Miami Heat and the Charlotte Bobcats. LeBron James drove down the lane and went directly after defender, Gerald Henderson. Henderson got called for the blocking foul on LeBron James, which seemed like the right call but somehow LeBron was called for a technical foul. Erik Spoelstra also got a technical for arguing the call on the play for good measure. We have to assume that the ref thought LeBron went after Henderson in a malicious manner, but even that seems far fetched. via EOB Article found on: Cosby Sweaters
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We all know that LeBron James is pretty skilled at passing the basketball but this effort last night against the Washington Wizards was pretty insane.Watch as he pulls off this between-the-legs ball fake and gets the foul call on the drive:
I am impressed with this, but McKayla is apparently not. Check out LeBron James’ nasty between the legs ball fake against the Wizards on Wednesday night. The big guy has handles.
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