LeBron James is in his ninth year in the NBA, and it's about that time where he needs to turn the corner and start winning some championships to help not only build but solidify his legacy. Every prior season, LeBron has had an excuse as to why he wasn't able to win his first NBA ring. In Cleveland he could always fall back on the "there was no real talent around me" excuse, and there's no debating the validity of that excuse, as Mo Williams and a 38-year-old Shaquille O'Neal doesn't count as legitimate talent.
You've undoubtedly heard about this season being "championship or bust" for LeBron James and company. There's no doubting the validity of that statement, but if the Miami Heat fail to win the 2012 NBA title, this season might be a m... Read Post
LeBron James and the Miami Heat are just one win away from being crowned the 2012 NBA Champions. That's good news for LeBron, and more importantly, good news for his legacy. If he manages to hoist the 2012 Larry O'Brien Championship... Read Post
A dominant LeBron James goes a long way for the Miami Heat, but not far enough. One player cannot win NBA an championship on his own, not even the world's greatest. James didn't win a title in 2012 or 2013. The Heat won. The Heat wo... Read Post