Found January 30, 2012 on
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Say what you want about LeBron James, but for one day at least, he was all about the environment. Well that, or he was all about avoiding traffic and closed streets. The Miami Heat forward rode his bike to work on Sunday before the Heat's game with the Chicago Bulls in Miami. It's something he says he doesn't do all the time, but it wasn't the first time James has...
Nothing to see here, just a star basketball player who needs to get to the Miami Heat arena for Sunday afternoon game against the Chicago Bulls. Carry on with your day. Oh wait, that is not just a star, that is Lebron James. Let me just snap this picture for my Twitter or Facebook feed real quick.
LeBron James may not be the most popular player in the NBA any more but he is still the most talented one. Haters can doubt but this alley-oop against the Bulls proves it: LeBron ends up going up and OVER Chicago's John Lucas and then turns and glowers as the crowd rejoices in the incredible athleticism.
Amazeballs. This is one of those plays that you end up seeing...
Say what you will about Lebron James but this is what makes him incredible and likable in a pure basketball aspect. Name me five players all time who could do this? I just feel bad for John, but at least he is in the NBA right.
With the ING Miami Marathon backing up traffic Sunday, fans were advised to see alternate routes to get to Sunday’s game against the Chicago Bulls. LeBron James took that advice to heart.
Recap of HEAT.com's live chat of Miami's victory over the New Orleans Hornets, where LeBron James turned things into a blowout in the third quarter.
We all saw LeBron James put the clamps on Derrick Rose in the Eastern Conference Finals last season, and when the Heat asked James to slow down Rose in the fourth quarter yesterday, he came through again. Per the Miami Herald: “With Rose surging late in Sunday’s game, Spoelstra once again had James guard Rose. And it worked. Rose went off for six points and two assists in a...
LeBron James scored 35 points, while reigning NBA MVP Derrick Rose wasted two chances in the final 23 seconds and the Miami Heat escaped with a 97-93 win Sunday over the Chicago Bulls.
LeBron James and Dwyane Wade each scored 22 points, Mike Miller added 14 off the bench and the Miami Heat shook off a slow start to run away from the New Orleans Hornets 109-95 on Monday night. James added 11 rebounds and eight assists for Miami, which won for the eighth time in nine games and ended up with six players in double figures.