Erik Spoelstra was right. Still basking in the "What the heck just happened?!?!" afterglow of his Miami Heat's miraculous 103-100 overtime win against the San Antonio Spurs in Game 6 of the 2013 NBA Finals, Spoelstra stepped to the podium...Show More Summary
LeBron James could not sleep after Game 6.
LeBron James has promoted Nike, Samsung, and Dr. Dre's eponymous headphones. Is government-mandated health insurance next on the list? The White House has asked the NBA if it would be interested in teaming up to promote the Affordable Care Act, according to Politico, though specific details of the plan have not been made public. Show More Summary
LeBron’s headband, or lack thereof, has emerged as the new star of the NBA finals. As we reported earlier today, LeBron James led a pretty mediocre night up to the final quarter of game 6 of the NBA Finals. He then lost his headband and completely turned the game around during its final minutes. Show More Summary
Before a rollicking NBA Finals between the Miami Heat and San Antonio Spurs ends with Game 7 on Thursday, here's the question on everyone's minds: What's the fate of LeBron James's headband?
The 2013 NBA draft is certainly an intriguing one despite its perceived lack of top-flight talent. Perhaps the next Michael Jordan, LeBron James or Kobe Bryant won't be found, but there is plenty of depth in this class, particularly at the center and power forward positions. Show More Summary
LeBron James' headband is getting all the attention following the Miami Heat's dramatic Game 6 win against the San Antonio Spurs on Tuesday night in the NBA Finals 2013.
Looks like LeBron James' run of playing with no headband is coming to a quick end. Here is what journalist Rachel Nichols tweeted after interviewing LeBron. LeBron had fun w/his headband during our interview - kissed it, said sorry for abandoning it. Show More Summary
Here are the four possible outcomes for LeBron James in Game 7 Thursday (re: wearing a headband), along with what people will say if they happen: LeBron doesn't wear handband, the Heat win: "LeBron won because he went no-headband." LeBron...Show More Summary
This just in … LeBron James will wear his headband Thursday night. Repeating … LeBron James will wear his headband Thursday night. It became a certified sensation when it came off at a crucial moment in Game 6 of the … Continue reading ?
At some point during the chaos of the Miami Heat’s incredibly perseverant, come-from-behind 103-100 OT Game 6 victory over the San Antonio Spurs last night, something magical happened – LeBron [...]
Let me make something clear right off the bat: I unabashedly dislike LeBron James as an athlete. I rooted against him in Cleveland, slammed him for The Decision and yelled at him through my TV on an embarrassing number of occasions. So it’s safe to say my opinions on LeBron, Game 6 and his legacy should be taken with a dump truck full of salt. Show More Summary
Once the glow of one of the best games in any sport this calendar year died down, I decided to search for reasons the Miami Heat were able to rally from a 10-point deficit en route to stunning the San Antonio Spurs in a Game 6 overtime thriller to extend the series. Show More Summary
"I guess the headband was the least of my worries at that point," LeBron James says of the Miami Heat's NBA Finals win.
LeBron James had a pretty mediocre night up to the final quarter of game 6 of the NBA Finals, and then he lost his headband. The Miami Heat star went into “beast mode” during the final minutes of the game last night which is now being dubbed as “LeBron’s Headband game.” LeBron has been made... Show More Summary
There's more than one way to win an NBA Finals MVP. Look no further than LeBron James to understand that the qualifications for an MVP-esque performance aren't cut and dry. He is without a doubt your finals MVP, if the Miami Heat win. Show More Summary
Sometimes I wonder whether we’re being too hard on LeBron James. I really do. I mean, when it comes down to it, he actually seems a lot nicer than Michael Jordan. So why do we give LeBron such a hard time about his character even though we basically gave Jordan a free pass? Then I [...]
If the Heat raise another championship banner to the rafters, perhaps it'll be because LeBron James's hairline got up there first. Read more...
After the Heat’s mad fourth quarter comeback, the Spurs’ response, LeBron James almost fumbling the title away, the clutch game-tying three by Ray Allen, and big defense from Chris Bosh to help seal the Game 6 win for Miami in overtime last night, who even remembers what happened in the first quarter? Oh, right. Miami’s [...]