MIAMI _ Michael Jordan starred in "Space Jam." Apparently, LeBron James now also is out of this world.
After seeing what James has done this week, Miami Heat teammate Dwyane Wade only could gaze out at the universe to provide an adequate description.
"He's off the planet right now," Wade said. "He's not even the best basketball player on the planet. He's surpassed the planet to somewhere else. He's in the galaxy right now."
James had another game Friday night in which he was hanging around the Milky Way. In a 111-89 drubbing of the Los Angeles Clippers at AmericanAirlines Arena, he shot 9-of-11 for a game-high 30 points while not needing to play in the fourth quarter.
Plug in what James has done in his past four games and the field-goal percentage that comes out makes it appear the calculator is in error. He has shot 43-of-59 for 72.9 percent. Considering James made his final four field-goal attempts last Sunday at Toronto, the first in the four-game stretch, he's drilled 37 of ...