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.
It was 50 years ago Wednesday that then-President Lyndon B. Johnson proposed a war on poverty in his 1964 State of the Union Address. After five decades of programs like Medicare and Medicaid, while poverty hasn’t ended, the programs launched as part of the Great Society has helped hundreds of millions of people improve their lives.
The Miami Heat needed double-overtime to knock out the Sacramento Kings, but thanks to a season-best performance from LeBron James and Dwyane Wade; the Heat pulled out a 141-129 victory Tuesday night.
Only one victory stands in the way of the Miami Heat and a NBA Championship. For NBA MVP LeBron James, he’s put last year’s bad performance behind him and is ready to carry the Heat to the title in Game 5.
An entire nation of sports fans is currently debating which NBA superstar, LeBron James or Kevin Durant, will lead their team to a championship starting Tuesday night. Just don’t expect Durant and LeBron to get too wound up in the hoopla surrounding the matchup between them.
It’s sometimes hard to pin down just how important one player is for a team, but that’s far from the case in the Eastern Conference Finals for Chris Bosh and Kevin Garnett.
The Miami Heat return to the court Thursday night for what could be the deciding game in LeBron James’ quest to capture a third NBA MVP trophy.
The Memphis Grizzlies have the unenviable task of trying to stop the Miami Heat’s 17-game home winning streak Friday night at the AmericanAirlines Arena.
Wednesday night was slated to be a battle of NBA Most Valuable Player candidates at the AmericanAirlines Arena as Kevin Durant and the Oklahoma City Thunder battled LeBron James and the Miami Heat.
The Big Three of the Miami Heat are expected to headline a world tour of exhibition basketball games in the next month.