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Here we go again……..more LeBron vs. Jordan talk. The other day at a Windows store at a location unknown at the time I’m writing this. Former Miami Heat big man, Alonzo Mourning was speaking in front of what looked to be a small crowd of Window Store employees. Mourning told a story of a conversation that supposedly took place between him and Former Chicago Bulls great, Scottie...
LeBron James went untouched for the game winning layup as time expired during Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Finals.
LeBron and the Heat were put into the position after refs probably incorrectly gave Pacers’ Paul George three free throws with a little under three seconds left in overtime. George calmly sank all three free throws, which set up James’ game winner. Game 2 is Friday.
There’s a reason why LeBron James and Chris Paul are the best players at their respective positions, and that’s because they work relentlessly at their craft.
Back in 2008, James and Paul held a summer camp before the Beijing Olympics, and a college stars like Steph Curry and a significantly less hairy James Harden were amongst those invited. In the recently released video...
LeBron James and Nike have brought in $300 million in U.S. retail sales in 2012 for the LeBron X making his signature shoes the highest-selling NBA sneakers of the year. LeBron generates 6 times as much as the next player on the list – Kobe Bryant for the Kobe 8 at $50 million.
According to SportsOneSource via Forbes.com:
U.S. Retail Basketball Shoe Sales
1. LeBron James (Nike...
LeBron James ripped the hearts out of the Indiana Pacers in Game 1, hitting this game-winning buzzer-beater layup.
LeBron James has proven he is clutch -- at least on this specific day he is.
With 2.2 seconds left and the Heat trailing by one, the King stunned the Pacers by hitting a driving layup at the buzzer to give the Heat a thrilling 103-102 overtime win in Game 1 of the East finals on Wednesday.
Here's the highlight you will be seeing on a loop until Game 2 on Friday.
But we all...
What happened: The Game 1 blues almost got Miami again.
The Heat, who suffered an unexpected loss to Chicago in the opener of their previous series, nearly met the same fate Wednesday night at AmericanAirlines Arena. But they came back from three points down in overtime to defeat Indiana 103-102 in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference finals.
Forward LeBron James made a driving...
In the picture below, you’ll see someone’s head about an inch from LeBron James’ ass as he soars through the air for a game-winning lay-up in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Finals. That’s Paul George of the Indiana Pacers. He had his ankles broken, his legs, both of his arms and most of his neck. It’s not even fair.- Follow us on Twitter @withleather - Follow me personally...
It could have been the perfect matchup to cap an unforgettable game. LeBron James driving to the rim to face Roy Hibbert, one play to decide Game 1 of the Eastern Conference finals.
Alas, Hibbert was on the bench for the deciding moment.
And James made Miami's game-winner seem way too easy.
James blew past Paul George and made a layup as time expired, and the Heat found a...
The Pacers will lock horns with the Miami Heat for a chance to play for an NBA Title. All anyone has been talking about the past few days is this Roy Hibbert block on Carmelo Anthony from the Eastern Conference semi’s.
Of course now everyone wants to know if that block will prevent LeBron James from challenging Hibbert at the rim?
According to the New York Daily News, James...
Megan Olivi is a Fox Sports host, reporter & producer. You’ve probably seen her on San Diego Padres broadcasts. Megan Olivi works alongside Laura McKeeman and Kelly Crull. The trio was hired together in February; making Padres broadcasts and Fox Sports like the LeBron James, D. Wade and Chris Bosh of sideline reporter talent. How many championships would this trio win?