“If you put everything together as far as my mind, my body, my game. If you put everything in one bottle, this is probably the best I’ve been,” LeBron James said.
All eyes are on LeBron. He’s not just trying to bring a trophy to Cleveland. He’s adding jewels to his crown, which he will one day try to match with Michael Jordan
Michael Jordan, his eminence, excellence, and the exemplar of modern basketball, is the unquestioned king. But can King James leave the game with just one more jewel in his crown?
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A new poll says that 34% of NBA fans think MJ could beat Lebron right now in one-on-one.
LeBron James had 27 points and took over sole possession of Cleveland’s career assists record as the Cavaliers beat the Mavericks by a score of 127-94 on Tuesday night.
In the past three weeks we’ve seen Steph Curry go for 51, Kevin Durant have his 43rd career 40 point game and Klay Thompson pour in 37 in one quarter. These kinds of performances are what we like to call “Stop and Watch games.” As in stop what you’re doing right now and get to a television immediately.
Ohio native, Buckeyes fan and Cleveland Cavaliers star LeBron James is making sure Ohio State’s players are getting an earful at the national championship game.
Monta Ellis scored 20 points and the Mavericks won their fifth straight, a 109-90 victory over the Cavaliers, who again played without LeBron James.
A highlight reel of LeBron James 10-year-old son shows the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree.
Professional athletes have begun taking on a more visible role in protesting social issues, most recently related to police violence in the deaths of Michael Brown and Eric Garner.
Since we are upon our great day of gratitude, a pretext for gorging on poultry and then taking our swollen torsos to the nearest television for some football, let’s look to sports for reasons to give thanks.