Former NBA player Dominique Wilkins competes in the shooting stars competition during NBA All-Star Saturday Night basketball Saturday, Feb. 16, 2013, in Houston.
*NBA legend Dominique Wilkins is giving the side eye to LeBron James’ career-high and Miami Heat franchise-high 61 point outing against the Charlotte Bobcats on Monday, reports Ball Don’t Lie.
The game has been the source of much discussion already, reigniting the MVP race with Kevin Durant and raising more questions about LeBron’s place in NBA history.
Wilkins, for one, came up with a list of reasons why James’ scoring frenzy was not really that historic.
*(Via MSN/Fox Sports) – Best player. Best game of his career.
LeBron James clearly isn’t ready to concede his MVP award to anyone yet.
Dazzling from inside and out, James put on the best scoring show of his NBA life on Monday night, pouring in 61 points – a career high and a franchise record – as the Miami Heat beat the Charlotte Bobcats 124-107. It was the eighth straight win for the two-time defending champions, who are starting to roll as the playoffs get near.
James made 22 of 33 shots from the field, including his first eight 3-point attempts, on the way to his historic night. Continue reading
*If you think you had a busy Thursday, just imagine what it was like for LeBron James.
First and foremost, he was back in action with the Miami Heat against the New York Knicks. Oh yeah he was wearing this strange looking black mask to protect his broken nose. So what was up with that, LeBron?
“It went with the uniform,” he said. Continue reading
*Dang it! Fans really wanted to believe he could fly!
But let’s guess he’s staying on the court, not film.
LeBron James was rumored to star in “Space Jam 2.”
But reps for the Miami Heat star confirmed that’s not happening.
*At 80, Bill Russell is obviously older than LeBron James, 29, but age ain’t a number when it came to educating the Miami Heat all-star.
King James took time out during the 2014 NBA All-Star Game media frenzy to reveal his picks for his own Mount Rushmore, which included the likes of Michael Jordan, Larry Bird, Magic Johnson and Oscar Robertson. To hit the point home, the former Cleveland Cavalier mentioned that he “for sure” will be one of the top four who has ever played the game.
Uh oh, bad news for LeBron James.
On Friday, via a press release, the Miami Heat announced that their superstar suffered a broken nose during the team’s victory over the Oklahoma City Thunder on Thursday night.
The Heat’s statement said James had been re-evaluated in Miami, and his status for Sunday afternoon’s game with the Chicago Bulls would be a game-time decision.