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Pharrell Williams teams up with TNT for its NBA Playoffs campaign, set to his new hit song, "Come Get it Bae". Pharrell's performance is intercut with highlights from LeBron James, Kevin Durant, Paul George, Tim Duncan, Blake Griffin, James Harden, Steph
LeBron James scores 38, Udonis Haslem grabs 11 rebounds, as Heat maintain lead atop NBA East, with Dwyane Wade and Chris Andersen sitting out with injuries.
It wasnt intended as a shot at Dwyane Wade, but LeBron James also wasnt interested in addressing his teammates lingering hamstring injury and what it might mean for the Heat during the final weeks of the regular season.
INDIANAPOLIS -- LeBron James was frustrated with the officiating, Chris Bosh questioned the late-game offensive execution and the Miami Heat had to cope without Dwyane Wade because of an injury. These issues sound familiar? They should. Because a season’s worth of issues the Heat have struggled to overcome for months combined to derail them in one night on the way to Wednesday’s 84-83 loss to the Indiana Pacers. The biggest source of the Heat’s frustrations was the physical play they felt benefited the Pacers.
LeBron James saves the Heat at the finish with the last of his 32 points and Chris Andersen adds ample Birdman energy off the bench as the Heat win with Dwyane Wade sidelined by an ankle sprain.
CLEVELAND — Kyrie Irving is stressing the positive in regards to his latest injury. A strained tendon in his left biceps forced Irving to miss his 42nd game in three seasons with the Cavaliers on Tuesday night when LeBron James and the Miami Heat visited Quicken Loans Arena. Irving, who suffered the injury Sunday against Read More...The post Cavs Notes: Kyrie Irving glad surgery not in plans for now appeared first on Chronicle-Telegram.Click here to read this story on The Chronicle-Telegram.Content copyright The Chronicle-Telegram. Your #1 source for Lorain County News.
LeBron James scored 25 points in a blistering first-quarter display, finished with 43 points and broke the hearts of Cleveland fans — again.
This is an excerpt from today's edition of the Daily Dime: CLEVELAND -- LeBron James had the hammer raised on his former team Tuesday night, the chance to inflict another lasting scar with the sort of record-setting performance that would hang on the books for years. Maybe it was mercy, maybe it was maturity and maybe there was just some pride from the injury-ravaged Cleveland Cavaliers. It was hard to figure exactly what happened, but James uncharacteristically stood down and perhaps allowed a chance at a record to pass and left satisfied that his Miami Heat took a 100-96 victory.
LeBron James and Heat coach Erik Spoelstra did not say anything about it, but the signs were there. James was knocking down a McFlurry and a bag of McDonald’s outside his locker before the game. He was not wrapped in tape and the trainer was not contorting his body 17 different ways like he usually does for pre-game stretching. James will sit out tonight at Boston (7:30 p.m., Sun Sports) for what would have been his only appearance at TD Garden this season. The team listed his injury as back spasms, but there was no mention of that when Spoelstra and James spoke to the media shortly before...
BOSTON -- The Boston Celtics will have their preferred backcourt in place as both Rajon Rondo and Avery Bradley are in the starting lineup -- a rarity in these parts in recent seasons due to injuries. That duo joins Jeff Green, Brandon Bass and Kris Humphries to comprise Boston's starting 5. The Celtics will catch a bit of a break as LeBron James will sit out with back spasms. Greg Oden (rest) is also inactive for Miami, while Dwyane Wade is back after sitting out Tuesday's win in Cleveland due to sore knees.
INDEPENDENCE — LeBron James is arriving and Kyrie Irving is exiting. With James and the Miami Heat visiting Quicken Loans Arena this evening, the Cavaliers face the distinct possibility of playing the rest of the season without their best player. A two-time All-Star and the All-Star Game MVP this season, Irving suffered a left biceps Read More...The post Injury could sideline Cavs’ Irving for the rest of the season appeared first on Chronicle-Telegram.Click here to read this story on The Chronicle-Telegram.Content copyright The Chronicle-Telegram. Your #1 source for Lorain County News.