Found February 28, 2012 on
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The outcome of this video is no surprise. Lebron chokes in the 4th quarter, again.
BEST OF MAXIM
AROUND THE WEB
And he has ugly sneakers.
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LeBron James is probably the leading MVP candidate and by many considered the best player in the NBA, and up until "Linsanity" broke loose, probably the most talked about player in the league.
Dwyane Wade broke an NBA code. LeBron James passed on a last-second shot. Thank you both, gentlemen. It was getting a little too quiet in this Heat season. Welcome back, controversy. We missed you.
ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) -- Kobe Bryant took Michael Jordan's record, then nearly lost the game to LeBron James.
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The chant started in a far upper corner of the Amway Center. A strange "D" word rarely spoken or talked about in the All-Star Game. Defensive-minded Tom Thibodeau did not even run his team through defensive drills in the All-Star practice at Jam Session on Saturday.
This is not the time to yell at a player for a late rotation or a botched box out.
Yet, the chant picked...
It is no secret that the Miami Heat have the most athletic and physically gifted team from top to bottom in the NBA. Hell, the Miami Heat may even have the most talented coaching staff on the court. The millions of naysayers and insulting agents of the sports world have no rebuttal when Miami Heat SF LeBron James hits three triples in a row to give the East All-Stars...
By Jeramie McPeek,
Posted: Feb. 14, 2004
“Bron” this. “Melo” that.
The buzz entering All-Star Weekend in Los Angeles surrounded this year’s first-year phenoms, Cleveland Cavaliers guard LeBron James and Denver Nuggets forward Carmelo Anthony. But Suns forward Amaré Stoudemire quickly reminded the basketball world that he is still the reigning Rookie of the Year with...