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.
Lebron James’ ankle injury, suffered during the Miami Heat’s victory over the Utah Jazz, poses some difficult questions for the Heat. With a banged up Dwyane Wade and now Lebron limping along, is Miami deep enough to withstand a bar... Read Post
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