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Lebron still can be a bit sensitive at times, no matter how great you are, that doesn’t mean everyone has to bow to the King. It is common sense, that when people see Lebron doing these spectacular dunks in pre-game warm ups, they are going to wonder and speculate why Lebron hasn’t in the Dunk Contest during NBA All-Star Weekend. I wouldn’t even call that a criticism, it is a legitimate reasonable question. Here is what The King had to say. “Maybe I should stop because it’s making a lot of people mad about what I do,” James said after he scored a season-high 40 points and had a career-high 16 assists in Tuesday’s double-overtime win against Sacramento. “They’re like, ‘Well, if you can do it in warm-ups, why don’t you [want to] be in the dunk contest?’ Stop it.’ “ “I’ve been hearing about it,” James said. “But I don’t really watch TV or go on the Internet too much. As a team, it’s kind of our new thing. I’ve had some good ones, but (Chalmers) doing a 360? That’s impressive. We have a little epidemic right now. It’s kind of like the Harlem Shake.” I don’t think people should “Stop It” per se, but maybe he should just answer the question and people would stop asking. To just say he is going to take his dunks and go home, is a bit weak. You want a juice box and orange slices as well? Just do the dunks and stop worrying about what other people are saying about you.
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LeBron James continues to troll, troll, troll his boat prior to NBA games in the form of some nasty dunks. We wrote about LeBron trolling regarding the dunk contest last week, and he continued to do the same prior to the Heat’s last game. Check out Bron’s basic alley-oop to himself between his legs dunk. No big deal, wouldn’t even register at the dunk contest.
LeBron James is on a monster of a tear, which continued Tuesday with King James scoring a season-high 40 points in a 141-129 double-overtime win over the Sacramento Kings. Forty is a ridiculous number but seems almost pedestrian for superhuman LeBron.
James made 14-of-23 field goals and 11-of-12 free throws in the shootout. He nearly put together another triple-double with 16...
Tweet Earlier this week we gave you video of LeBron James performing a sick dunk in warm-ups that would have registered pretty high scores in a dunk contest. Tuesday before the Heat played the Kings LeBron pulled another amazing dunk out of his bag of tricks, this time going between his legs mid-air with relative ease: [...]
While the sports world has been set abuzz by the Harlem Shake video that LeBron James and the Miami Heat recently released, apparently others are trying to compete. Courtesy of Sports Crackle Pop, we have video of TNT’s Inside The NBA crew trying their hand at the popular dance.
Watch as Shaq and Charles get down in a way only they can.
The Big Leagues One fan responds to the King.
Oh, nothing to see here folks. Just LeBron James putting on a little dunk contest prior to the Heat’s game against the Cavs on Sunday. ‘Bron has continually trolled the world about his possible inclusion in the NBA’s dunk contest, and he didn’t participate again this year. After seeing this video of him dunking you can bet this will spark another round of “if only LeBron...
Fans can sure be stupid sometimes.
Here you have one of the best basketball players to ever play the game, and he likes to put on a little show during warm-ups for the fans by performing some crazy dunks. What do we do? We complain and harass the man about not performing in the Dunk Contest.
This should be the point where I say I get it; that I'm with you fans, but...
I don't like the Miami Heat. I am not a fan of Lebron James, Dwayne 'WoW' Wade, or anyone else in South Beach. I do, however, love their edition of the Harlem Shake.
This is easily the best one yet (being an extended cut helps).
We honestly thought we were done posting Harlem Shake videos, but when one of basketball’s best teams, and best players, do one, we feel obligated to share it. LeBron James and his Miami teammates recorded their extended version of the viral dance craze, and the thing is perfect. James is dressed in a king’s crown [...]
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Despite his saying that he was considering ending his pregame dunk displays, LeBron James apparently had a change of heart and said he will continue to do them.
Ever since Lebron James left the Cleveland Cavaliers to go to Miami, the Cavs have been rebuilding and now almost three years later, they have assembled an excellent group of players. Kyrie Irving is a budding superstar and a franchise player, Dion Waiters is a fantastic secondary scoring option, Tristan Thompson is becoming one of the best rebounders in the NBA and has developed...
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When it rains, it pours for Manti Te’o. Seriously, is there anyone in the world who is having a worse couple of months than this guy? He has gone from the Heisman runner up, to the butt of every sports related joke, and now sliding down draft boards all over the NFL.
Te’o is not know for being extremely impressive athletically, but he definitely...
Look I am not going to lie, I do not understand this fascination with the "Harlem Shake" dance craze. However, it seems to be taking the Internet by storm and everyone is getting in on the act including the Miami Heat.
As in other "Harlem Shake" videos, Chris "Birdman" Andersen comes into the Heat locker room, flapping his arms like a bird when suddenly...