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Thanks to the realm of Vine, we can now see hilarious videos on the Interwebs in under seven seconds or less.
Check out the below Vine clip from Miami Herald writer Joseph Goodman which shows Heat star LeBron James throwing down an off-the-wall dunk at the Phoenix Suns practice facility.
You might have to turn your head sideways for this one…
James image courtesy of Getty Images
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Miami Heat star LeBron James has won 4 out of the last 5 MVP awards, and none of these awards can really be disputed much as James has shown that he is the premiere all around player in the NBA.
Those MVP awards, apparently, are not enough for LeBron. He feels as if he deserved the Defensive Player of the Year award for the last two seasons:
On being overlooked for the Defensive...
We’re never going to see LeBron James in a dunk contest, but we can settle for his practice dunks which sure are fun to watch. Here he is in Phoenix throwing down an off-the-wall dunk in practice on Monday:
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With NBA All-Star Weekend right around the corner, right now seems like an appropriate time for LeBron James to troll everyone with video of monster practice dunks. The Miami Heat are scheduled to take on the Phoenix Suns tomorrow in the desert, which means Monday was practice time for the defending champions. The off-day session must not have been too intense, if LeBron’s post...
LeBron James was asked to name his NBA Mount Rushmore on NBA TV: "I'm going to be one of the top four that's ever played this game, for sure. And if they don't want me to have one of those top four spots, they'd better find another spot on that mountain. Somebody's gotta get bumped, but that's not for me to decide. That's for the architects."...
LeBron James will not be competing in this weekend's NBA Dunk Contest, but at practice on Monday he put on a little display of his own. Look...LeBron can do whatever he wants. If he doesn't want to compete in the dunk contest that is 100% his prerogative. But stop teasing us with videos like this. Dwyane Wade was interviewed and the question of LeBron not competing in dunk...
LeBron James once again showed off his high-flying and dunking skills and he threw down a big windmill dunk against the Phoenix Suns tonight. He will, unfortunately, not participate the Slam Dunk Contest. Fortunately for us, we get to see amazing slams like this one […]The post LeBron James’ Steal and Windmill Dunk (VIDEO) appeared first on The League News.
Lebron James made some remarks that were…well, I guess it’s all in the eye of the beholder. You might call this confidence, or self-assuredness. I call it arrogance, cockiness. Or you might just think it “well, what’s he supposed to say in that situation?” I’ll give him this- Lebron James has a public persona that’s consistent.
He calls himself The King right there...
photo via @KingJames
Lebron James has thrown down the gauntlet. The two-time NBA champion made a statement saying he belongs on basketball’s Mount Rushmore, even if you have to push someone off to place him there.
“I’m going to be one of the top four that’s ever played this game, for sure,” he said. “And if they don’t want me to have one of those top four spots, they’d...
After practice Monday, LeBron James further showed why EVERYONE wants him in the NBA All-Star dunk contest. The likes of Paul George and Damian Lillard are competing in it this year, but after watching how easy LBJ makes this look, I have to think he would definitely win it if he were to enter. Check out the dunking exhibition he put on below!
Tuesday NBA TV rolled out another clip of Steve Smith’s interview with LeBron James, with Smith asking who LeBron’s top four players are. LeBron responded with Michael Jordan, Magic Johnson, Larry Bird and Oscar Robertson.
When Smith asked if James would find his way there once his career ends, James had this response:
“Yeah. Because I’m...
After the internet world went buzzing about LeBron James’ post practice dunk show, the question was asked to LeBron: “How would you do if you entered the dunk contest?” I think we all know what James’ response would be, and it was: “I’d win” When reporters asked teammate Dwyane Wade how James would fair, his […]