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These guys have to stop trying to take charges on LeBron, because they end up on Summer Jam screens.
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With the Miami Heat in Los Angeles to take on the Lakers, LeBron James family had to host Christmas in the City of Angels and the below Instagram images didn’t dissapoint.
Check out LBJ’s sons opening presents under the tree and check out some of the awesome presents that they got:
As you might figure, LeBron’s sons (Bryce and LeBron Jr.) had some time to kill on Christmas...
We here at That NBA Lottery Pick knew it was only going to be a matter of time until the fine folks of the World Wide Interwebs would create a “Jim Ross” call video for LeBron James monster dunk on Ben McLemore from Friday night.
So, let us not waste anytime and below is the video of LeBron throwing down the monster smash and WWE announcer Jim Ross on the call:
MIAMI -- LeBron James scored a game-high 38 points as the Heat overcame a five-point deficit late in the fourth quarter for a 121-119 overtime victory over the Hawks at AmericanAirlines Arena.
Miami (21-6), which extended its win streak to five games, played without Dwyane Wade, who sat to rest his knee. Chris Bosh missed overtime with a lacerated lip that required stitches.
LeBron James took matters into his own hands on Monday night and threw down a posterizing dunk over Atlanta's Paul Millsap.
LeBron James has talked about playing in the NFL, but don’t expect him to transition into the PGA after his NBA career though. The Miami Heat star needs to see a swing doctor as you can see in this hilarious Samsung commercial featuring James and comedian Kevin Hart.
Luckily for LeBron, Charles Barkley has a far superior discombobulated golf swing to laugh at.
Christmas is coming, and that means the official debut of these jerseys. It will probably make a killing on retail, much like the green jerseys of St. Patty’s Day, or the numerous alternate unis the Heat have on tap, but…Read more →
Paul Millsap just has to let go and let God at this point. H/T Blacksportsonline
For the first time in over a decade, Kobe Bryant didn’t take the court on Christmas Day, but his teammates weren’t the only ones who were missing the Lakers star when the Miami Heat came to town.
Although LeBron James and Bryant couldn’t square off on the court, as Bryant remains sidelined with a knee injury, the two still found some time to share a moment together. During...
LeBron James was giving out highlight-reel dunks against the Los Angeles Lakers on Christmas Day. An off-the-glass alley-oop dunk was the biggest present of them all.
LeBron James and Dwyane Wade put on a show for the Miami Heat’s Christmas day game against the Los Angeles Lakers on Wednesday with a couple of sick alley-oops. The first one (seen below) came in the quarter off a feed from Wade. The second one — which was the best — was a pass […]
Indiana and Miami may be the best rivalry in the NBA
LeBron James just recently stated that there are no rivalries currently in the NBA. However, that might not be true. Of course, today’s rivalries might not have the intensity of the Los Angeles Lakers – Boston Celtics on of two decades ago. Nevertheless, at a level, there are indeed some rivalries that trigger the fans’ interest...
In what was expected to be a marquee showdown between the Miami Heat and Los Angeles Lakers is instead shaping up as a one-sided affair.
LeBron James and the Heat go for a sixth consecutive win as they visit the Kobe Bryant-less Lakers on Christmas Day.
While the NBA was hoping to showcase James and Bryant during its nationally televised five-game slate, this contest won't...
Nearing the end of tonight’s Atlanta Hawks/Miami Heat affair, Miami’s Chris Bosh had the unfortunate time of taking an elbow right to the face.
It happened as Atlanta Hawks forward Paul Millsap was driving the lane and keep an eye on Millsap’s left elbow as it goes right into Bosh’s mug.
As you might figure, Bosh crumpled to the ground soon after:
Bosh image courtesy of Getty Images
A few days ago LeBron James said he and the Heat's shooters are not fans of the sleeved jerseys they will wear on Christmas Day when they face the Los Angeles Lakers.
LeBron told Joseph Goodman of the Miami Hearld he didn't want Miami's shooters "worrying about some sleeves and not shooting the ball."
And now the voice of the Lakers has responded...
LeBron james is a different type of athlete when he’s coming at you full speed. He’s 6-foot-8 with a 40 inch vertical leap, which makes taking any kind of charge almost impossible once he decides he’s going to leap over you.
LeBron has posterized Ben McLemore and Paul Millsap all in the same week. Instead of arguing about which one was better, judge them both for yourself, side by side.