Following the Miami Heat loss to the Utah Jazz, a loss in which LeBron scored 17 in the fourth quarter but passed on the final possession, the argument goes like this: "It was the right 'basketball' play, but I would like to see LeBron take that shot." Or, as ESPN's resident basketball-as-played in-a-vacuum analyst Jon Barry put it: "Great basketball play? Yes. Bad timing? Absolutely.
First, the good news. LeBron James had a triple-double, his first in the playoffs as a member of the Miami Heat, in Game 5 of the NBA Finals. And he has reached double figures in scoring — 11 points — in the fourth quarter of the fi... Read Post
Cleveland Cavaliers superstar LeBron James didn't let his role in the team's prior loss impact his play on Tuesday against the Boston Celtics. James erupted for 21 first-half points to all but ensure a Cavs victory and made history ... Read Post