The coronation of the King is complete. LeBron James is an NBA Champion, an NBA Finals MVP, and above all, he has become the leader we all expected him to be. Yet, I'm sure there are still those who will question his greatness. Never has there been a more scrutinized player. But, why? It is one thing to dislike a player as a fan. It is,
It's been a long time coming for Skip Bayless, and Mark Cuban finally stepped up to the plate and knocked Skip's ego right out of the park. This is my kind of debate; the one where Skip does a minimal amount of talking while getting trashed by a highly intelligent and competent person.
I could try to capture the climate of the NBA Finals in words, or paint a picture of what has been a truly exciting and thrilling start to those Finals...but, there is something much more important that I feel the need to share with you. Earlier this week a beautiful musical tribute was paid to the most talked about athlete on the planet, LeBron
Although he previously stated that he wanted to be a Celtic for life, Brandon Bass has opted out of his contract and will enter free agency this offseason. His option was worth $4.25 million, which he showed during the playoffs is a little low for his production. The Celtics will probably resign him, and one would think it would take at least
The stage has been set. The actors have all been in place. Story lines written with a flare for the dramatic. We all know about LeBron vs. Durant. We know about the Big 3!...both of them. Some say they cancel each other out. I disagree. They are different in so many ways, that I don't exactly see them having that sort of effect on each
If you missed the young Miami Heat fan shouting "Good job, good effort" at the Heat players as they exited the court after a game five loss to the Celtics, it's a must watch that can be found below. Skreened.com has the shirt with the condescending slogan. This might be a must buy for Celtics fans if they can close out the series. The
Congratulations to the Oklahoma City Thunder, who tied up their Western Conference Finals match-up at two a piece tonight. A special shout out to the bigs from OKC as they were able to hold off San Antonio just long enough for Kevin Durant to come along in the fourth and explode for 18 points in the closing 7 minutes. The combination though,