MIAMI -- If you saw a 6-foot-8, 250-pound guy riding a bicycle late at night in Miami, that might indeed have been LeBron James.
The Heat star forward turned some heads last season when he biked to a home day game against the Chicago Bulls. As for this season, James said he's biked back and forth to three games and they've all been at night.
"I got lights on my bike. I'm serious," James said.
Riding his bike 45 minutes to games and also to some practices this season is one reason James believes he's in the best shape of his life. It's hard to argue that considering James' 22 points in Tuesday's 103-92 win over Minnesota at AmericanAirlines Arena marked the 43rd straight playoff or regular-season game in which he's tallied 20 or more.
"I've got a personal vendetta against myself right now," James said.
When asked why, James said it was "because I don't like me." He then said he was joking and gave the real reason why.
"I want to get better," James said. "I want to maximize ever...