Earlier today, LeBron James went airborne trying to block a shot and ended up on top of a pair of young children sitting in the front row at American Airlines Arena.
Sitting in the front row of an NBA arena is always a risky proposition. But if you are going to do it with LeBron on the court, you have to be even more careful. After all, when a 6-foot-8, 250-pound missile hits full speed, it is going to hurt if he lands on you.
The players and countless media members on hand at American Airlines Arena in Miami tried in vain to bill Thursday night’s New York Knicks-Miami Heat matchup as “just a regular season game.” And while Miami’s 102-88 win was only wor... Read Post
“Let’s not get caught up in the hype,” ESPN’s Bruce Bowen cautioned in a lengthy live shot this morning from American Airlines Arena in Miami. No, let’s not get all hype-y. The New York Knicks versus the Miami Heat is always somethi... Read Post