Much was made of Reggie Miller's comments last week about Miami Heat superstar LeBron James seeking advice from Hall of Famers Magic Johnson and Hakeem Olajuwon about how to win an NBA championship. Miller said on TNT: “Now he’s reaching out to Hall of Famers to see what it takes to win? Enough is enough. Go out and actually do it on your own. What do you need more help for?” But how exactly does a guy like LeBron, or any other player looking to win that elusive ring, go about getting the job done when all the chips are on the table? With the 2012 NBA playoffs in full swing and the race for a championship as hot as ever, I've decided to break down exactly what a team needs to win a title.
LeBron James, Chris Bosh and Dwyane Wade have parted ways, which means the Eastern Conference is back up for grabs. And so is the title of the "NBA's Best Big Three." Just for reference, the Miami Heat's superstar trio wasn't the mo... Read Post
Lebron James and the Miami Heat are the 2012 NBA champions. Lebron James has answered many of his critics by winning a ring and earning the NBA Finals MVP award in the process. He was brilliant throughout the entire 2012 NBA playoff... 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