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The Miami Heat teamed up with Hublot to host the 5th annual ‘Motown Revue’ concert fundraiser event on February 27 at a private residence in Coral Gables which raised $1.3 million for local charities. The $20,000 per couple gala featured tunes by The Temptations and The Four Tops. According to Miami.com, LeBron, Dwyane Wade, Ray Allen and teammates held a dance-off against their significant others who came out on top:
But it was an impromptu dance contest that really got things going as it was time for Lebron James, Dwyane Wade, Ray Allen, and Shane Battier to show off their moves. At the end of the contest the crowd chose the females as the winners.
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Even though he’s now a 15-year NBA veteran Ray Allen is still being thoroughly reminded of his roots everyday.
The cult classic film ‘He Got Game’ featured the young version of Ray Allen as the top College prospect in the country–Jesus Shuttlesworth.
As reported by USA Today the now veteran shooting guard is often called by his character’s name.Mario Chalmers stated...
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Ray Allen's Heat teammates apparently have taken to referring to him as "Jesus" in reference to the name of the character Allen played in the 1998 film, He Got Game.
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If there is one certain thing that we all know and can agree on, it is that you don’t give yourself a nickname. While I blossomed as G$ once I discovered the internet, I have to give credit to Big Dick Daddy Sping for calling me that in high school. I’m not going to reveal names but some of you will get who I’m talking about, but at...
LeBron James is really good at dunking a basketball.The Miami Heat star made that crystal clear (again) on Sunday during his team's road game against the Knicks.With about four minutes to go in the first quarter, James passes the ball off to teammate Dwyane Wade before darting by his defender toward the basket. Wade promptly delivers a perfect lob pass for James near the rim...
Miami Heat superstar LeBron James finished a give-and-go play Dwyane Wade with a one-handed slam dunk off the alley-oop during the first quarter of Sunday's game at Madison Square Garden.
LeBron led the Heat with 29 points and 11 rebounds to help them come from 16 points behind to defeat the Knicks 99-93 and extend their winning streak to 15 straight games.
All of a sudden, LeBron James just can’t stop dunking.
James threw down two impressive alley-oops against the Knicks in the first quarter on Sunday. On both dunks James could see his opportunity from a mile away and tossed the rock to Dwyane Wade, who then just had to throw the ball near the hoop for James to jump up and slam it on home.
Check out King James’ two highlight dunks...
MIAMI (AP) -- Dwyane Wade scored 22 points, LeBron James shook off his worst shooting night of the season to hit a key 3-pointer in the final half-minute, and the Miami Heat extended their winning streak to 13 games by beating the Memphis Grizzlies 98-91 on Friday night.
James scored 18 points on a season-worst 4 for 14 shooting, plus added 10 assists and eight rebounds. Shane Battier...
It seems like the Dwyane Wade to LeBron James alley-oop is still working and doing just fine. Check out Sunday’s afternoon version which featured only one hand from both of the Miami Heat stars.
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Dwyane Wade said it's getting hard for LeBron James to top himself. But he's trying.
The Miami Heat once again entertained fans by throwing down dunks in warmups before Friday's 98-91 win over Memphis at AmericanAirlines Arena.
James threw the ball behind his back off the backboard. Then he caught it and had a tomahawk jam with his right hand.
"I don't think...
MIAMI Its a winning streak that -- this week -- has been on life support.Entering a three-game homestand, the Miami Heat had won 10 in a row while outscoring foes by an average of 13.7 points. They had won road games over formidable foes Oklahoma City, Atlanta and Chicago by 10, 13 and 19 points.So entering this week, you could say the Heat were playing their best ball since the...
For a while, it looked as though a pair of long streaks were in jeopardy.
That is, until LeBron James finally got going - at the perfect time.
Dwyane Wade scored 22 points and set up James for a critical 3-pointer in the final half-minute, and the Heat extended their winning streak to 13 games by beating the Memphis Grizzlies 98-91 on Friday night.
''I thought this was...