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Preseason game #3 Washington Wizards vs. Miami Heat October 15, 2013 Verizon Center, Washington, D.C. TV: CSN Washington, NBATv Radio: 106.7FM The Fan Projected starting lineups: Washington Wizards C- Nene, PF- Jan Vesely, SF- Trevor Ariza, SG- Bradley Beal, PG- John Wall Brooklyn Nets C- Joell Anthony, PF- Chris Bosh, SF- LeBron James, SG- James […]The post Wizards vs. Heat preview: If ya can’t stand the Heat, get out the building appeared first on Hoop District.
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Carolina Panthers defensive end Greg Hardy, who played basketball for part of one season at Ole Miss, made the bold claim in a recent interview that he could NBA superstar LeBron James in a game of 1-on-1.
When Charlotte Observer reporter Jonathan Jones asked who would win a 1-on-1 game between Hardy and LeBron, Hardy answered:
"How should I answer this question? ...I would...
LeBron James and a bunch of creative teens express themselves with the same intense passion LeBron brings to the game of basketball using his celebratory “LeBron face.”
The post LeBron James Stars In ‘LeBron Face’ Sprite Ad appeared first on Beyond The Buzzer.
LeBron James shot 56.5 percent from the field last season for the Miami Heat, highlighted by a 21-game stretch in which he shot 63.2 percent from the floor and largely attributed to more focus toward scoring in the paint.
James was asked whether shooting 60 percent from the field is attainable for him this season.
"I don’t really set out goals as far as what I want to shoot...
Bradley Beal scored 29 points, and the Washington Wizards beat the Miami Heat 100-82 Tuesday night to hand the two-time defending champions their first loss of the preseason.
Second-year guard Beal was 10 for 15 from the floor, including 4 for 8 from 3-point range. His point total would have tied a career-high in the regular season.
John Wall had 13 points, eight assists, five...
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The Washington Wizards hope to make a push for the playoffs this season with a healthy roster and their franchise player John Wall locked up on a max deal. No player is more eager to see the Wizards make the playoffs than John Wall himself, who reportedly will write the word “playoffs” on his shoes before every game this season as special...
LeBron James is in a very good place right now and I’m not talking about physically (even though Miami is a pretty damn good place), but I’m referring more to his mental state.
That’s what winning back-to-back Finals MVP awards will do for you. James was already regarded as the best player on the planet prior to winning a championship but now he finally realizes it.
The Wizards and their star PG John Wall need to change their luck on making the playoffs. They have had 5 losing seasons in a row and haven’t made the postseason since the 2007 season. John Wall knows how he will stay motivated to change that. He’s going to write “playoffs” on his shoes this season:
“You will see it on all my shoes,” Wall recently told Bleacher Report’s...
Second-year shooting guard Bradley Beal torched the Miami Heat on Tuesday night with 29 points (in 31 minutes, no less) in a 100-82 victory for the Washington Wizards. But it was LeBron James who stole the show in the second quarter, throwing down back-to-back powerful fast break dunks that prove he’s ready for the season to begin.
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In case you’ve never heard of basketball, there’s this guy named LeBron James. He plays basketball, and he’s pretty damn good at what he does. At this stage in his career, there’s really no point into even looking at his numbers, because he gets more and more solid as the seasons go by, and he has the physical makings of someone who can play until he’s 50.
But, we love...
The Washington Wizards had a complete overhaul to remove the stain of a reputation as being an under-achieving team. Trading players like JaVale McGee and Nick Young was just the start in the Wizards' transition.
The team will now center itself around guard John Wall going forward, after he signed a whopping $80 million contract extension, with the hopes he can lead the Wizards...
I have my own theory as to why LeBron James and Michael Jordan aren’t that personally close, but I’ll share that with you later. First, here’s what LeBron had to say about whether or not he wished he had more of a relationship with Jordan to Chris Broussard. “Ahhh, I mean, I don’t know. […]
Andrew Wiggins has been called the best player to come out of high school since LeBron James. While James has not talked to Wiggins, the Miami Heat superstar forward has some sage advice for the KU freshman phenom.
Ric Bucher has a new gig at the Bleacher Report, and what better way to reintroduce yourself to the masses than by getting the LeBron stans riled up on a Thursday afternoon.
Bucher has taken a hit for this statement before, and once again reaffirmed it on Tuesday when he took to Twitter to proclaim that he’d take Derrick Rose as a player over LeBron James.
Bucher was nice enough...
A lot of debate has happened over whether or not LeBron James is a guy you'd want taking clutch shots if the game your life or all of humanity was on the line. Guys like Carmelo Anthony Kobe Bryant Dirk Nowitzki and others are people you're supposed to want to pick to take that shot in today's NBA. Michael Jordan Larry Bird Robert Horry and Reggie Miller are historic...
Let’s all thank Greg Hardy for making it OK to never trust anything he says ever again.
Hardy, a defensive end for the Carolina Panthers, scoffed at a reporter’s question about whether he would beat Miami Heat forward LeBron James in a one-on-one basketball game. Hardy respectfully declined to challenge the supremacy of the four-time NBA Most Valuable Player and admitted that...