The offensive concept of pace-and-space was nearly an unbeatable combination for the Miami Heat, the plan of surrounding LeBron James with multiple shooters good enough to net two straight NBA titles.
At this time four years ago NBA free agency was a circus. LeBron James was joining Twitter and Chris Bosh was offering regular updates on his free-agent wooing.
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 had 21 points, 10 assists and eight rebounds to help the Miami Heat snap a three-game losing and beat the Philadelphia 76ers 101-86 on Friday night.
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LeBron James went through a series of tests before the game, all under the watchful eye of the Miami Heat training staff and some coaches.
Before he took a seat on the bench, LeBron James made sure to grab one more rebound.