LeBron James proved on Friday night that he didn't learn anything from his 2012 NBA All-Star Game turnover that cost the East the win, which called into question LeBron's ability and desire to win games for his team. With 4.5 seconds left on the clock in Utah, LeBron lined up on the baseline, came off a screen at the top of the key, and received the ball just outside the three-point line.
Lebron James hits the game winner over the Miami Heat’s in-state rival, the Orlando Magic on Wednesday Night. James scored on a layup with just 3.2 seconds left. The Miami Heat have now won 16 straight games, the longest streak in ... Read Post
Because Utah Jazz fans grew accustomed to cheering on winning teams for decades, the struggles of the last few years haven't been easy to accept. From 1982 to 2010, the Jazz made the playoffs 24 out of a possible 27 times under the ... Read Post