Best player. Best game of his career. LeBron James clearly isn’t ready to concede his MVP award to anyone yet.
The Miami Heat have been crowned Southeast Division Champions, Eastern Conference Champions, and NBA Champions over the past few years. But Heat superstar LeBron James decided to add another championship to the trophy case of his teammates.
Miami Heat superstar LeBron James is preparing for a second half push towards a third-straight NBA championship with the Miami Heat and as of now, he doesn’t see himself playing in any other city.
While an official announcement on a new Major League Soccer franchise in South Florida hasn’t been made, Miami Heat superstar LeBron James certainly sounded like it was all but a done deal when asked about it Thursday.
If the National Basketball Association goes through with a plan to let players on the Miami Heat and Brooklyn Nets wear nicknames on the back of their jerseys, somewhere WWE owner Vince McMahon will probably be laughing.
The Miami Heat’s winning streak continues to grow. While the team insists they’re focused on the bigger picture, a home matchup with the struggling Philadelphia 76ers seems to pose little threat to the team’s red-hot run.
Add the Miami Heat to the “Harlem Shake” craze.
LeBron James had 40 points and 16 assists, Dwyane Wade scored 39 and the Miami Heat pushed their winning streak to 12 games by outlasting the Sacramento Kings 141-129 in double overtime on Tuesday night.
It took a while, but the Miami Heat have finally regained the defensive form that helped them win the NBA championship last season.
LeBron James won a championship and nothing changed. Sure, there were a few events: the champagne shower in the Heat locker room, the parade before 400,000 fans. Tuesday night brings the ultimate capper: the ring-and-banner ceremony just minutes before the start of a new season.