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As bad as the Bobcats are (though they’re technically a playoff team at this point), giving up that many points in a game, including 25 in one quarter, says something about the way they were playing LeBron.
LeBron James’ big scoring night vs. the Bobcats seems to have brought out Kobe Bryant fans in huge numbers. Let the Twitter battle begin.
Whoa whoa whoa whoa whoa. Dude, you’re in public. Gotta do something about the weekend warrior cyclist get-up…
LeBron has spent the last three years playing the NBA’s greatest villain — it’s time we let him complete the scene.
Have you ever seen LeBron James bleed? Have you ever seen him go down without flopping? Have you ever seen him feel actual pain?
Nothing like spending a ton of money — not to mention emotional energy — on a basketball game to watch your favorite team play, and see them come tantalizingly close to beating their opponent (bonus points if this opponent is one of the best in the league/country), only to watch them lose on a devastating game-winner.