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LeBron James is a two-time NBA champion. His collection of two NBA rings will soon be added to with a wedding ring next month. The self-proclaimed king posted a picture [...]
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This is my moment T…Congratulations to Miami Heat big man Udonis Haslem who got married last Saturday . Haslem and Faith Rein are now Mr and Mrs Haslem. After months of planning, the wedding took place at Four Seasons Resort Palm Beach over the weekend. Guests flew in as early as Thursday and enjoyed a long weekend of wedding celebrations. To SEE MORE PICS continue reading.-TOLebron...
Let’s be honest, life is pretty good to be LeBron James and currently, he is overseas with some of his close personal friends in Switzerland.
Check out this photo that LBJ posted to his Instagram account of him with Maverick Carter and Rich Paul:
Dwyane Wade has not spent time recruiting free agents to the Miami Heat this offseason.
"I left that all to them," Wade said of the front office, aware of the luxury-tax limitations of the Heat's efforts. "I got away, understanding that we have little that we can do. And Pat Riley is the best at what he does, so he's fine. We all understand the nature of the...
This is brilliant. Think Squared Media has done a parody of the famous LeBron James Nike commercial “Rise.” They decided to ask: What Should I Do?
The real Johnny Football should keep living it up and making Texas A&M money. Great work here.
Everyone knows stories of NBA players getting involved in bad investments with distant relatives or shady businessmen or, even, trusted fiduciaries like agents or managers. The cold reality of the NBA is that young men who typically have not had a lot of money in their lives are given a whole lot of money very quickly. We all saw Broke on ESPN and read the Sports Illustrated article...
Have you ever gotten one of those scam emails from someone claiming to have a rich uncle in Pakistan who wants to make you rich and wondered, who falls for this stuff?
The answer to your question, apparently, is Mike Miller, James Jones and Rashard Lewis.
Those three Miami Heat players were the victims of an alleged real estate scam that defrauded millions of dollars from multiple...
Dwyane Wade has always been considered the catalyst for the Miami Heat forming a big three and going to three straight NBA Finals.
Wade of course convinced LeBron James and Chris Bosh that 3 is better than one, and the two gave agreed to give up their singular spotlight on other teams to join Wade in Miami.
After back to back championships, and a tight budget, Wade says he’s “done...
A witness who testified against a man accused of operating a multimillion-dollar real-estate fraud told a federal judge the man also ripped off Miami Heat basketball players.
The testimony came Thursday in federal court in Columbus where U.S. District Judge Edmund A. Sargus denied bond to Haider Zafar. The judge determined Zafar is a flight risk and a danger to the community.
It seems like Dwyane Wade wants to take a step back from the major recruiter he played during the Heat’s pursuit of LeBron James and Chris Bosh. Among the rumors swirling during free-agency was a clandestine meeting involving Dwyane Wade and Pat Riley with Lamar Odom. Not only didn’t it happen, but Wade said he […]
With all the controversy surrounding reigning Heisman winner Johnny Manziel and the autograph scandal that’s been following him around this summer, somebody thought it would be a good idea to spoof LeBron James’ infamous “Rise” commercial with the Texas A&M quarterback.
What should Johnny Football do? Well, I think we all know that Johnny Football does whatever it is...
Oh, this will be the funniest college football video you'll see today.
Check out this Johnny Manziel/Johnny Football spoof video produced by thinksquaredmedia.com. It's a riff on the LeBron James "What should I do?" commercial from a couple of years ago.
And yes, it pokes fun at pretty much everything that the Texas A&M quarterback...
The 2013-2014 rookie class was interviewed at the Rookie Transition Program on a variety of subjects including who their favorite player is. It appears the age of Kobe Bryant continues and that LeBron James has not yet become the icon of a generation. After James won in 2012 the Black Mamba made a comeback this year.
1: Kobe Bryant L.A. Lakers -- 21.2 percent
2: LeBron James Miami...
Each year when the NBA’s new crop of drafted rookies gather for the off-season photo-shoot during the summer, NBA.com surveys the group to get their thoughts on the league’s current players, as well as predictions for the future of that year’s draft class.
The rookies were asked to vote on several topics, with the biggest one being who all 36 thought was their favorite player...