You don’t want to have to try to guard LeBron James one-on-one on a fast break. It will not end well for you.
The Houston Rockets and Cleveland Cavs game on Sunday afternoon was a very heated affair, and during the third quarter James Harden took it to another level.
LeBron James Jr. managed to turn plenty of heads with his outstanding play at the 2015 John Lucas All-Star Weekend and he even grabbed the attention of some college recruiters.
On Sunday the Cleveland Cavs took on the New Yorks and beat them mercilessly. Before and during the game the Cavs had plenty of time to have a little fun and there were plenty of smiles and laughing to go around. One of those times was caught on video as LeBron James threw a bench
It is ignorant to think that a single player cannot dramatically change the course of a college program, similar to the fashion that he can change an NBA franchise.
It’s game on in New York City for the NBA All-Star Game, and LeBron James got out of the gate hot, notching fifteen points in the first quarter.
Poor Miami Heat. It’s not like they cut LeBron James or didn’t try their damnedest to bring him back this past offseason.
Hassan Whiteside was so far off the radar the last time the Heat and Cavs met on Christmas Day that the 3rd-year big man did not even have the opportunity to offer any meaningful pregame chatter.
Kevin Love, the best quarterback in Cleveland.
BFFs LeBron James and Kobe Bryant faced off in one of the few remaining games they’ll play against each other — at least in meaningful games as professionals. And, in case you hadn’t heard, this season has been nothing short of a disappointment for both all-time greats.
LeBron James turned 30 today, and as we all know, no 30th birthday is complete without a little drama.
Earlier today, we posted a really dumb ESPN graphic comparing the Cleveland Cavaliers’ “touchdown” passes to Johnny Manziel’s dreadful performance on Sunday.