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NBA MVP LeBron James is trying to raise money for families affected by the December massacre at the Sandy Hook Elementary School.
The sneakers he wore in Miami's game against Washington on Dec. 15 - one day after the tragedy in Newtown, Conn., where 20 first-graders and six educators were killed - are up for grabs in an online auction that runs through Saturday.
The good folks at the NBA have compiled the Top 10 alley’s of the 2012-2013 NBA Season. You’ll see some familiar faces in here – guys like Blake Griffin, LeBron James and DeAndre Jordan…as well as a few others. Enjoy.
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It isn’t the Lakers if they aren’t surrounded by some off the court drama, right? A huge deal was made out of the fact that injured superstar Kobe Bryant was tweeting throughout the game 1 loss to the San Antonio Spurs. When head coach Mike D’Antoni was asked about it post-game he responded, “he’s a [...]
OF COURSE HE DOES
Metta World Peace believes that injured teammate Kobe Bryant shouldn't make good on his promise to halt his live-tweeting of Lakers playoff games.
After creating a stir with some questionable tweets during the Lakers’ Game 1 loss to Spurs in their playoff opener Kobe Bryant has decided to put his live tweeting of [...]
Even after my team locked up the worst record in the NBA, I’m trying hard to enjoy the NBA Playoffs because I think what LeBron James and the Miami Heat are doing this season, despite being what we’ve expected them to do from day one, is legendary stuff, and I think that the West is going to provide us with some exciting basketball all the way through Game 7 of the Conference...
The Los Angeles Lakers have battled injuries, turmoil and lofty
expectations under a heavy spotlight all season, so excuse them if
they roll their eyes over the attention given to Kobe Bryant's
LeBron is a true competitor to the very end. Dude doesn't want to lose anything, ever. Kinda like another current famous NBA player (hint,hint: Kobe) One knock on LeBron James earlier in his career was that he focused more on individual goals like winning MVP and proving his worth to the media as opposed to winning a championship for the Cleveland Cavaliers and...
By now you have probably heard the news, the Cleveland Cavaliers have hired Mike Brown as their head coach again, after letting him go three years ago. Good for him, I do not think he is either a great coach or the abysmal failture that he was painted as during his depature from the Los Angeles Lakers.
In addition to his report on that hiring, Yahoo! Sports' Adrian Wojnarowski...
The Oklahoma City Thunder squeezed past James Harden and the Houston Rockets on Wednesday in a 105-102 shootout.
Kevin Durant continued to make good on his promise that he is done with being second best.
He nailed a clutch three-pointer with less than three minutes left to send the Thunder off to Saturday’s Game 3 at Houston with a 2-0 quarterfinal series lead.
ST. FRANCIS, Wis. (AP) -- Larry Sanders leaned over to LeBron James at one point in Miami and said, "We're here."
But for how long?
Sanders and the Milwaukee Bucks limped home down 0-2 to the Miami Heat after blowing a chance to steal a game from the defending champions Tuesday night. Lose again Thursday night in front of a favorable home crowd, and the series -- and...