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If you happen to ever face Miami Heat star LeBron James in a shooting contest, I think it will be a good idea to make sure that you set the terms in case you lose.
Recently, LeBron challenged teammates Mario Chalmers and Ray Allen to a game of “Around the World” after a Miami Heat practice.
Watch as Ray and Mario pay-up with twenty push-ups after losing to LeBron:
LeBron James beats Ray Allen and Mario Chalmers in shooting contest [Dime Magazine]
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NBA superstar LeBron James makes a $16 million a year salary with the Miami Heat, and makes millions of dollars from endorsement deals. However, it could be argued despite all this money, LeBron is still well underpaid.
Nothing proves that point better than this infographic (provided by CableTV.com) which details the increase in franchise value for the Miami Heat just one season...
In the NBA, the greats are always going to be compared to
each other. While it can be simply unfair when you take a current player and
compare them to 20 years ago, that does not stop the debates from happening.
However, going off the numbers, Lebron James is showing the world a new level
of smart, efficient basketball.
In the first game of the NBA Playoffs, James put on a
What if I told you LeBron was underpaid by an amount 90% of NBA players don’t make in a year. Even though LeBron is the best player in the NBA right now, he’s still one of the most underpaid athletes in the country. Given all the money the Cavs made during his time with them compared to the money the Heat made upon his arrival, LeBron makes for one lucrative money maker. This...
Our friends over at CableTv.com/Blog recently did some research on NBA salaries and found that LeBron James is the most underpaid athlete in the NBA. Here are some of the more powerful statistics they’ve found:
LeBron James is the 13th highest paid player in the NBA. Players ahead of him include Gilbert Arenas, Brandon Roy, and Elton Brand.
The year after gaining LeBron, the Miami...
Two weeks ago, Stephen Curry capped off an amazing season by hitting his 272nd 3-pointer of the year, breaking Ray Allen’s seven-year-old NBA record. His performance, combined with our hyperbolic here and now journalistic tendencies nearly caused a riot on the Internet. Since it was not merely good enough to proclaim that Curry is a great shooter – or maybe even the best shooter...
Perhaps the most disturbing part of this list is that LeBron James isn’t in the top 10. You know what, perhaps it is the fact that two of the top 5 barely played this season. Or maybe it’s… well, you look below and see what jumps out at you. NBA’s Top 25 Paid Athletes 1. [...]
LeBron James supported Jason Collins becoming the first openly gay male athlete in a major American professional sport to reveal his sexuality while still an active player.
“I think it’s very noble on his part," James said. “I think it’s a strong thing to do, and I think as NBA players, we all offer him our support.”
Collins came out in a Sports Illustrated story...
ESPN’s Chris Broussard might be completely ******* insane about some things, but when it comes to reporting important LeBron James news, he’s pretty much aces, at least because he’s the guy who had the LeBron to Miami scoop before anyone else in 2010. So witness the latest report from Broussard on the LeBron implications of the Cavs recent re-hire of head coach Mike Brown....
There are some that believe that LeBron James could become the first unanimous MVP this year. If he does he will be the second unanimous award winner for the 2012-13 NBA season. The honor of the first goes to Portland Trail Blazers rookie Damian Lillard.
Officially giving him the award was almost just a formality. The youngster easily had the best season of any rookie in the league...