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LeBron James simply defies logic at times.The latest evidence of this fact came Tuesday night as the Miami Heat played host the Milwaukee Bucks.Midway through the first quarter, and with the Heat clinging to a 15-4 lead, James gets the ball in transition and proceeds to head toward the basket. It appears as if James had intentions to pass, but at the last moment he chose not to,...
It's that time of year when your favorite NBA star will be doing one thing... KEEPING THE BENCH WARM for their fellow teammates, as one NBA fan found that out the hard way.Before Wednesday night's game the Miami Heat had against the Washington Wizards, it was announced that the Heat's three top stars [LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, and Chris Bosh] wouldn't be playing...
Lebron James spent his off-day working out at the gym, and it looks like he isn’t shy about himself either (to the surprise of few).
He posted these photos to his instagram with the caption:
“Somebody call 911. The weight room just got murdered! Lol. Off day training. #strivingforgreatness #focused”
Did Lebron bear too much for social media? Is there a certain decency...
The Miami Heat are looking like they more than likely will defend their NBA crown led by LeBron James.
He has been a beast this season and will likely be the winner of the NBA MVP and it seems all the hard work in the gym is lending to the Heat's dominance.
James uploaded a photo of himself after a hard days work in the gym and it seems he is quite proud of his work. That...
In the 1st quarter of last night’s game LeBron James had an assist to himself. On a fast break James was caught mid-air so he threw a pass off the backboard. James than caught the ball of the backboard and threw down the rebound.
James finished the game with 28 points, and 7 rebounds.
Russell Westbrook is so athletic as a point guard, and last night those skills were on display...
And so, John Wall has redeemed himself after throwing one of the worst ceremonial first pitches in the history of ceremonial first pitches back in 2011. Wall got a second chance tonight at Nationals Park -- see video above. Wall lobbed it, but didn't bounce it. Good enough. And here's more video from CSNWashington.com of Wall practicing his pitching technique today at Wizards...
Early on in the Miami Heat’s game against the Milwaukee Bucks, LeBron James set the tone for the game with this sick dunk. James wanted to pass the ball to Mike Miller but the defender had been waiting for it, so LeBron was caught in the air with no where to go. This left him with no choice but to throw the ball off of the backboard and then go up and dunk it home for the highlight...
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Miami Heat star LeBron James posted this pic to his 2.2 million Instagram followers yesterday afternoon to commemorate a spandex-clad workout. It’s pretty obvious that LeBron has nothing to hide.-TO
Fan Bashes LeBron with Sign
LeBron James Assists Himself for the Slam
LeBron James simply decided to throw a pass off the backboard to himself for a monster dunk, because he can.
Everyone deserves a second chance, and that’s exactly what the Washington Nationals gave Wizards guard John Wall on Thursday night.
In 2011, Wall threw out one of the worst ceremonial first pitches of all time. This time, Wall got a shot at redemption.
After Wall was reminded of his failure by the Nationals’ mascot, the Wizards point guard took the hill and lofted a pitch that...
John Wall has started to play like the guy who was drafted first overall in 2010. He’s been having huge games and grabbing some wins over playoff teams for the lowly Wizards. Just 24 hours after dropping 37 point on Indiana with 64% shooting, Wall looked like barely an all-star versus the Celtics. Why? Avery Bradley. The Game Changer smothered Wall, covering him the entire length...
-Boston Celtics (40-38, 13-25 on the road) @ Miami Heat (62-16, 34-4 at home) American Airlines Arena, 7:30 pm on ESPN/WEEI Officials: James Capers, Mark Lindsay, and Sean Wright Line: Miami by 12.5 After losing to the Brooklyn Nets in Boston, the Celtics headed to Miami for a game against the Heat. Likely to meet in the postseason, this game offers a preview for the seven-game...