Found July 12, 2013 on
There is nothing I love more during the dead season in sports than premature sports chatter. The talks surrounding the next destination spot for LeBron James have already taken flight and with only a year to go until that talk takes form I would like to shed light on two of them that aren’t the Miami Heat.
Why won’t the Heat be on LeBron’s radar next summer? It comes down to the simple matter of age and injury. Pat Riley brought together an instant championship roster with the addition of the Big Three and since then has acquired bits and pieces of offense, defense, and experience to compliment what the stars on this team do best. Ray Allen, Mike Miller, Chris “Birdman” Anderson, Shane Battier, Rashard Lewis, and Juwan Howard (age 40) are all well over 30 years of age and it will only be a matter of time before their clocks expire. In addition to the fact that Dwayne Wade’s body is deteriorating, it would be naïve to think that LeBron isn’t even slightly contemplating an exit strate...
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It’s 30,000 sq. ft., has six bedrooms, 11 bathrooms has a two-story master closet and has an estimated value of $9,200,000 because it’s located in Akron, Ohio.
LeBron James calls it home.
It’s where he summers.
Yesterday, King tweeted out …
FOX Sports NEXT caught up with Indiana commit James Blackmon at the LeBron James Skills Academy to see what he's working on this summer, what he loves about Indiana and who he's recruiting to become a Hoosier.
LeBron James finally, truly, doesn't care what anyone thinks about anything he does, as exemplified by his first dip into the rap game on Instagram.
FOX Sports NEXT caught up with junior point guard Jalen Brunson at the LeBron James Skills Academy to get the latest on his offer list, when he hopes to make his decision and more.
LeBron James released a short snippet of him rapping
LeBron James at this point can do whatever he wants. The two-time NBA champion released a 26 second clip of him spitting via Instagram. I must say, he is no Shaquille O’Neal on the mic! Actually all jokes aside, ‘Bron has some pretty good flow. James freestyles to Jay-Z and Kanye West’s” N-ggas In Parris” song.
LeBron James won his second NBA title last month so he’s decided to let all hang out for the summer. Tuesday night King James posted his freestyle to Jay Z and Kanye West’s “N***as in Paris” on Instagram. This is just the audio, maybe if he the response is pleasing, we’ll get to witness LeBron get his part-time rapper on.
Guess the new title is Champion with rings...
LeBron James went on his second straight post title party tour and ended up in Vegas for the second year in a row, to host at Tao, and party with Floyd Mayweather Jr.
In the video courtesy of The Big Lead, Bron Bron apparently wasn’t feeling all the picture-taking, and video taping of him and Money Mayweather getting their party on.
LeBron tells his fans and male groupies to stop...
There’s an easy way and a hard way, and Reid Travis opted for the latter throughout his three days at the LeBron James Skills Academy...
Rising senior Stanley Johnson wants to work on his jumpshot this summer. The guard/forward talks about his final seven schools and more at the LeBron James Skills Academy.
Bat cave Andrew Bynum and the Cleveland Cavaliers agreed to a two-year pact that could be worth $24 million on Wednesday. Although only $6 million of the contract is guaranteed, Cleveland inseminated the pooch partnering with the 25-year-old Bynum. A worthless freeloader who landed in Philly as part of a four-team, 12-player deal in August, the 7-foot, 285 pound Bynum didn’t step...
Capitals head coach Adam Oates (seen here as an assistant for the New Jersey Devils) voiced his opinion about Ilya Kovalchuck’s retirement (photo courtesy of the New York Post)
After the smoke had cleared in East Rutherford, New Jersey on Thursday, Adam Oates told reporters that the departure/retirement of Devils winger Ilya Kovalchuck was as monumental as Lebron James’ “Decision...