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LeBron James apparently loves his critics.James is arguably the most criticized and otherwise scrutinized athlete in the professional sporting world. Some of it was brought upon by his self amid The Decision fiasco, while others just continue to bash the basketball prodigy because he's so damn good.Well, the Miami Heat star has a message for all his naysayers. He showed up to the team's Family Fest event Sunday wearing a hat that basically says he loves his haters. So, there you go. He turns hate into motivation, and he's pretty good at it, too.Via Twitter
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MIAMI, April 6– LeBron James returned from a three-game vacation to score 27 points Saturday, sending Miami rolling over Philadelphia 106-87.
James looked as sharp as ever in 30 minutes of court time.
He hit 12-of-17 shots from the field with four rebounds and five assists.
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LeBron James had special guests when the Miami Heat hosted the Philadelphia Sixers Saturday night at American Airlines Arena, 2012 Sportskids of the Year, Conner and Cayden Long.
LeBron James met Conner and Cayden Long, also referred to as the Team Long Brothers, when Sports Illustrated honored him with the 2012 Sportsman of the Year award in New York City back in December. The...
MIAMI It takes a lot to humble LeBron James. But on Saturday, he said, Wow.
The Miami Heat star is a no-brainer this season to win his fourth NBA MVP. Following his teams 106-87 win over the Philadephia 76ers, the names were reeled off as to who James could be joining.
Only four men have won four MVP awards, and some believe they are the four greatest players ever. They are Kareem...
Game time: 7:30 p.m. ET (pregame at 7)TV: Sun Sports
The Miami Heat have LeBron James back in uniform, a comfortable cushion in the race for home-court advantage through the NBA finals and are on the verge of tying a franchise record for wins.
Yes, things are looking up in South Beach as the postseason approaches.
In a likely first-round playoff preview, James will make his second...
LeBron James scored 27 points in his return from a strained right hamstring, five other Miami players reached double figures and the Heat moved closer to securing home-court advantage for the entire NBA playoffs by topping the Philadelphia 76ers 106-87 on Saturday night.
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The return of Derrick Rose would finally give us the playoff match-ups we’ve been patiently waiting to see. A second round playoff match-up between LeBron James and Derrick Rose is long overdue, but it may be better for fans to wait just a little while longer for this dream to come true. Rose’s return means that Nate Robinson’s time on the court
In a big power move, Carmelo Anthony moved ahead of LeBron James to earn the top jersey sales spot of any NBA player. Here's the top 15 player jersey sales in the league.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. - Three observations from the Bobcats' 89-79 loss to the Heat Friday night.
1. This Miami team isn't defenseless without Wade and James.
What should have been a sure-fire mismatch between the teams with the leagues best and worst records looked anything but with LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Ray Allen all sidelined for the Heat.
But the Heat still managed...
The Miami Heat have two wins in their three games without LeBron James and Dwyane Wade, with big thanks to one of the team's reserves.
With the status of both James and Wade unclear for Saturday's home game against Philadelphia, the Heat may again need big contributions from Mike Miller to get a 15th straight regular-season win over the 76ers.
Having already clinched first...
LeBron James hopes to return to the lineup for the Heat on Saturday night, but Chris Bosh may sit against the 76ers.
The Miami Heat won't have LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Ray Allen against the Charlotte Bobcats on Friday night.
Carmelo Anthony has finally done something Patrick Ewing and Bernard King never did.
No, not lead the Knicks to an NBA championship, although he will get a chance this year. Anthony topped the list of the NBA’s best-selling jerseys, the league announced Tuesday, becoming the first Knick to do so.
Granted, the NBA has only been keeping track of such sales since 2001, but it is safe...
In the realm of useless things, this idea might have just become the ultimate ruler.
For the first — and hopefully last — time ever, fans can vote for the NBA’s Most Valuable Player award via Twitter. All they need to do is tweet the player’s first and last name with the hashtag #KiaMVP to make their voices heard.
This is absolutely destined for some hardcore Twitter trolling...