One of the rumors going around the NBA is that Miami Heat superstar LeBron James might return to Cleveland this summer or next summer to help his hometown team. If that were to ever happen, the Cavaliers might wan to remember how to spell King James’ name.
For a while Tuesday night, it looked like Miami Heat superstar LeBron James was going to make a run at Wilt Chamberlain’s 100 point game record. James cooled off in the second half but still led the Heat to a 100-96 victory over his former team, the Cleveland Cavaliers.
LeBron James scored 43 points — 25 in a bewildering first-quarter shooting display — and Chris Bosh added 21, leading the Miami Heat to a 100-96 win Tuesday night over the Cleveland Cavaliers, who played their first game without injured All-Star guard Kyrie Irving.
While the Miami Heat and Indiana Pacers are on cruise control heading towards the NBA Playoffs, one Eastern Conference team is also closing in on a record season, but not one the franchise will likely be proud to mention.
LeBron James is considering a return to Cleveland. Well, for one night, anyway.
Joe Harris and Virginia didn’t let a disappointment at Duke knock them off their rhythm.
The Chicago Bulls and Cleveland Cavaliers shook up the Eastern Conference late Monday when the teams agreed to a trade sending center Andrew Bynum to the Bulls in exchange for small forward Luol Deng.
Although it wasn’t a pretty win in just about any sense, Virginia walked away with a comparatively easy road win Saturday at Florida State with its leader and top scorer watching from the bench after suffering a possible concussion in the opening minutes of the game.
The Miami Hurricanes will bid farewell to its senior class Saturday at Sun Life Stadium when the team plays its final home game of 2013 against the Virginia Cavaliers.
The depth of the Miami Marlins’ woes in 2013 have been well documented, but the Fish are about to join another infamous club when the season ends.