Tag - LeBron James

Tweets of the Day: July 28

After all the brouhaha on whose hearts he will break next, LeBron again caused a ruckus on Twitter when he announced on Twitter—okay, on Instagram, but linked to Twitter—that he is going back to number 23 next season.

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The Better Decision

It was a perfectly written essay—heartfelt and sentimental, touching on emotions that were trampled during 2010’s The Decision. But was it the better decision?

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Peripheral Vision: July 14

U-S-A! U-S-A!

Now that the LeBron James frenzy has died down, USA Basketball announced its roster for the 2014 National Team training camp. These players will vie for slots in the 2016 Olympics.

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Tweets of the Day: July 14

The dust has settled, the Melo-Gasol pipe dream goes pffft, and LBJ is headed home. But that doesn’t mean the jokes will end. And now that the rumor mill has stopped spinning, other basketball stars not named LeBron can go back to the next best thing to getting a max contract: Playing for MVP!

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Tweets of the Day: July 9

The first and only coach to win two Grand Slams in the PBA. This is the legacy that Tim Cone will leave behind if and when he retires—unless of course Manny Pacquiao turns out to be a coaching genius and breaks records (he won’t). In other basketball news, Jarrett Jack gave Cleveland Cavalier hopefuls a mini-heart attack with a cryptic tweet that only said “I got news,” which turned out to be totally not Lebron-related. If only Cav fans had enough Jarrett jerseys to burn. You have to admit, it was expert trolling though.

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Peripheral Vision: June 7

It’s a lot of fans!

All the talk about the non-functioning air-conditioner at the AT&T Center in Game 1 still hasn’t cooled off, lame pun intended. Now, Danny Green admitted to the Associated Press that the Spurs locker room had cooling fans to counter the suffocating 80-degree heat (33 to 35-degree celsius), while the Heat didn’t have any. Was it done on purpose? Or did the Heat just didn’t bother to ask? Hey, the Spurs have home court advantage after all.

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