For the third time in six seasons, LeBron James is an unrestricted free agent. The difference this time is he has no plans to move again.
If you need to know why LeBron James produced more offense for a team in the championship round than any in league history, just look at his most unsupportive, supporting cast.
The Warriors – using a barrage of 3-pointers in the fourth quarter – won their first title since 1975 by finishing off James and the Cavaliers 105-97 on Tuesday night in Game 6 of the finals.
When the ref tosses the ball up Tuesday night, LeBron James has 48 minutes to keep a public and poignant pledge he made to his hometown.
LeBron James is having a series for the ages and his final numbers will likely surpass Jerry West’s epic run back in 1969.
James had more points, rebounds or assists than anybody on either team. He played center, point guard and everywhere in between.
LeBron James casually swished a jumper from the corner, an otherwise ordinary shot with a higher degree of difficulty given the backpack hanging over his shoulders.
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LeBron James may need to call Janet Jackson to get some advice on how to handle wardrobe malfunctions.
The Golden State Warriors are going home in the same shape as when they left – tied in the NBA Finals.
Much of the fourth-quarter turnaround for the Warriors can be attributed to David Lee, who had a much bigger impact than even his 10 points would indicate.
LeBron James came home last summer to win a championship – one like no other. He’s two wins away.
The first two games went to overtime, but I predict Tuesday’s Game 3 won’t be as close. The feeling-out period is over.
With Kevin Love and Kyrie Irving out, by all rights the Cavaliers should be down two games instead of heading back to Cleveland with home-court advantage.
Without Irving, the Cavs will rely on others to pick up the scoring slack.