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They say that it takes the best to bring out the best in a player like Rose, and that is certainly ringing true on Monday night.
The NBA is already without Paul George, Rajon Rondo and Kevin Durant to start the season due to injuries. What about LeBron? How long before he burns out? Based on his minutes, he’s played an extra season over the last 3 1/2 years. It’s time to reduce the games, not the minutes, Adam Silver.
Brian Scalabrine, the former NBA player who was best known for being large and white, has transitioned into the media game quite nicely with this little dig at LeBron James on Jim Rome’s Showtime program.
As a player, LeBron has helped put together two talented Big 3s. Who’s to say that he couldn’t do that as a general manager or owner?
Fox 8 Cleveland ran a story about a letter that a convict sent to the Ohio Parole Board. He has his next parole hearing later this month and told the parole board ahead of the hearing that he “would truly like to witness in person LeBron James’ pursuit of an NBA championship for my beloved hometown.”
All for one. One for all. Two for five. (That last one’s a joke about LeBron’s tendency to lose in the NBA Finals.) See the newest Cavaliers alternate uniform — and its mid-19th century literary reference — inside…
The league needs to take care of the players. But LeBron James — who’s on his way to becoming a billionaire — needs to look out for his peers as well.
“Ray Allen going to Cleveland, to star in new season of basketball wives.” Dick riding jokes, inside…