By J.A. Adande Everything on Thursday was so Le Broncentric that you probably didn’t even see Kevin Garnett when he and LeBron James hugged after the Cavaliers tumbled out of the playoffs. You might have seen Garnett, but you didn’t really process him, or consider what he means in this whole LeBron saga that took on the feel of a Homeric epic this week. Garnett should serve as a marker, or perhaps a possible endpoint for the LeBron story.
Kevin Durant and LeBron James are the two biggest stars left in the 2012 NBA Playoffs, and both are craving a championship. King James has a well-documented history that includes a messy breakup with the Cleveland Cavaliers and a tu... Read Post
Kevin Garnett and the Celtics won the game on Sunday, but they may have done something much better for Cavaliers’ fans—they awoke a sleeping giant. For seven years Cavaliers’ fans have watched LeBron James mature. They “Witnessed” ... Read Post