During the fourth quarter of the Miami Heat's win over the Sacramento Kings Tuesday night, LeBron James did a funny little dance to celebrate a one-handed slam by Udonis Haslem.
When Udonis Haslem came through with a one-handed slam dunk off a rebound of a missed three-point shot by teammate Mike Miller, LeBron couldn't help but enjoy the moment. However, LeBron's choice of dance moves left a little to be desired.
Let's just say it's a good thing LeBron spends most of his time focusing on his basketball skills.
Even though LeBron James showed the world that Jeremy Lin is in fact human last night, the Linsanity continues. Vermont based ice cream behemoth launched a “Taste of Linsanity” flavor at its Harvard Square location. The flavor has been positive, but wasn’t without come controversy.
The fresh waffle cookie ingredient replaces initial batches of the ice...
LeBron James wants to know how you measure greatness. Honestly, does this dude really wanna know?
Everybody’s favorite NBA target LEBRON JAMES has a new Nike ad folks. One in which the Miami Heat star asks, “How do you measure greatness?” Ummm, yeah…
Nike is always pushing the envelope in terms of innovation, here introducing technology that will enable you to see your...
LeBron James has been a popular topic of conversation in the Cleveland area for the past decade plus. You used to hear stories about the middle schooler from Akron who could jump out of the gym, then we heard and “witnessed” a high school baller dominate the best basketball teams across the state and eventually the nation. When it [...]
Remember when Lebron James threw down this alley oop over John Lucas, well this high schooler’s dunk is even better.
Watch as the 6′-1″ Gabe York of Orange Lutheran High (California) skies over an unsuspecting defender and smashes down this unbelievable alley oop. The University of Arizona recruit seems to defy gravity as he just keeps going up to finish off the dunk. I wish...
It's a Layup. For Dr. Howard Saks that is. Might be a little painful for the King.
MIAMI (Sportsman’s Daily Wire Service) In his unquenchable thirst for attention, LeBron James announced he’ll have a vasectomy performed on live television sometime next month.
James claims all the accolades currently being bestowed on New York Knicks point guard Jeremy Lin have proved...
It’s Fan Friday, ALL about YOUR comments! I’m in Orlando for the 2012 NBA All Star game and had a chance to check out NBA Cares! LeBron James and Dwight Howard were just a few All Stars who came by to help spruce up a center for the homeless!
Via Life is Just a Fantasy ... Basketball Blog
February 21, 2012
LeBron James was on it with this block leading to a three-quarter court alley oop to Dwyane Wade. This wouldn't be the last time these two hooked up in impressive fashion (see after the jump).
James finished with 18 points (7-11 FG and 2-2 FT), two 3-pointers, four rebounds, eight assists and two blocks in 33 minutes.
Wade was even better: 30 points (11-16 FG and...
Freaks. Dwyane Wade and (especially) LeBron James are athletic, basketball freaks. Look at this sequence from last night’s game against the Kings – Wade and LeBron look like they’re a different species playing a different game than the guys in the purple jerseys. And the best part is that they know it. Watch how Wade [...]
In this edition of The #NBA Is Tweeting, Wilson Chandler travels the globe, Amir Johnson gives some sound advice, Pops Mensah-Bonsu becomes a Turkish basketball champion, and Reggie Williams… you’ll just have to read on to find out what he did. Also, DeSagana Diop pays a visit to his financial adviser, LeBron James watches the Golden State Warriors, and Larry Sanders shows...
It’s hard to believe that we are already at the All-Star break when it seemed like just yesterday we were worried about even having a NBA season at all.
Last night we only clocked in four games, but we have the footage of the best of the best.
This Is Why The Lakers Must Keep Pau
Metta World Peace Meet Kevin Durant
Dwight Howard Brings The Power
LeBron James Delivers...
Via Basketball ] MiamiHerald.com
February 23, 2012
It was a long night for NBA's newest sensation Jeremy Lin, and Miami's All-Star trio of LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh helped the Heat earn their eighth straight victory with a 102-88 triumph over the New York Knicks.
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