We are not hating just stating that as hot as LeBron James is right now was good as he is playiing we are reminding you he is human after all check out the highlights and especially the missed dunk in the second half against the Chicago Bulls. Enjoy.
The Thunder maybe the best team out west but they haven’t beat the Heat yet and it doesn’t appear that with LeBron being on this tear of late they won’t anytime soon. James had 39 points, 12 rebounds and seven assists, and narrowly missed extending his record-setting streak of high-scoring games combined with top-notch accuracy,Continue reading “The streak ends for LeBron:”Winning is all that matters.””
It’s one thing to have a great shooting night and be in a zone. I know that feeling, noone and nothing can guard you, can stop you. And for a single moment in time the game slows down and the ball and you are one. But this is different LeBron isn’t having just a goodContinue reading “Can LeBron get any hotter?”
I have come to the conclusion that sports is completely over run by stats. Mostly meaningless stats,some stats are good yes, and we all look at stats to get an idea how good someone is. But is it all there is to measuring greatness in a player? For the purposes of this entry I amContinue reading “How do you measure Greatness in a player?”
The fight in David Stern hasn’t gone out, that’s for sure. The out going Commissioner hit the San Antonio Spurs with a 250,000 dollar fine. Commissioner David Stern said the Spurs ”did a disservice to the league and our fans” when they didn’t bring Tim Duncan, Tony Parker, Manu Ginobili or Danny Green to MiamiContinue reading “Stern fines the Spurs 250,000 Dollars for not playing Fair”
For a man who is set to retire in 2014, David Stern still has a lot fight left. Maybe he should save his fight for when he really needs it. Taking on the San Antonio Spurs Greg Popovich for resting his players during the course of an 82 game season is a wasted fight.Continue reading “David Stern threatens sanctions against the Spurs for resting players …Seriously”