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Lineup 1 ($60K)
Eric Bledsoe ($6,100)
Raymond Felton ($5,900)
Kobe Bryant ($9,400)
Leandro Barbosa ($3,400)
LeBron James ($9,900)
Paul George ($8,500)
Amar’e Stoudemire ($5,400)
Jeff Green ($3,700)
Joakim Noah ($7,700)
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Then James took his turn at the Heat’s morning shootaround, saying the Nets quit on Avery Johnson.
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He said Friday following the team's shootaround in Indianapolis that he hasn't had a maximum contract yet and he's not looking to get one anyway. He says he'd rather just win games.
James has held just about every other meaningful...
President Obama honored the LeBron James and the 2012 NBA champion Miami Heat on Monday at the White House. James, a big Obama supporter who has won an NBA title, Olympic gold medals and MVP awards, was excited. almost giddy, to be on the grand stage. "I mean, we're in the White House," James said. "This is like, hey mama, I made it." Also on hand for...
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To the victor, goes the spoils.
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