The Hunger James
LeBron James desperately needed to have a Michael Jordan moment. Instead, he had a Frankenstein's Monster moment. Having become a figure of folly and absurdity, he took the stage to turn the Theater of Absurd world of ESPN basketball on its ear.
By John McMullen, Sports Network If we're all being honest, win or lose, LeBron James has been the best player on the floor in every single game of the Eastern Conference finals. With his freakishly long arms that can seemingly reach around any defense
LeBron James scored 45 points on 26 shots tonight. The Celtics lost by 19. After a post-game interview, a Celtics' fan dumped a beer on LeBron as he headed to the locker room. The history of Boston fans being racist
Well, I don't think anyone could say that they saw this coming, but I also don't think anyone can be terribly surprised by it either.
By Mike Petraglia In the wake of a shocking 98-79 loss to LeBron James and the Miami Heat, Paul Pierce sounded a philosophical tone about the prospects for Game 7 Saturday night in Miami. “This team has been about adversity all year long,” Pierce said.