December 3rd, 2010

Lebron: public enemy #1

Posted by slammo in Cavs, Funny, LeBron

Lebron James was greeted to these signs, taunts and more. Lebron then thank Cleveland by scoring 38 points and sitting out the 4th.

The shirt reads: “The Lyin’ King. I got a goal, and that’s to bring an NBA championship in Cleveland, and I won’t stop until I get it. – LeBron James.”

May 28th, 2009

Rashard Lewis Hits the Clutch Three in Game 4

Posted by Admin in Cavs, Magic, Rashard Lewis

Rashard Lewis ices Game 4 with this uncontested turnaround trey.

February 24th, 2009

LeBron James’ 16 point outburst in 2 minutes

Posted by Admin in Cavs, LeBron

Back in the 90’s, I saw Nick Van Exel score 11 points in a minute for the Lakers but LeBron easily tops it with this sequence. A couple of LB’s bombs were from waaaay beyond the arc with defenders draped over him.

February 6th, 2009

Poll: Kobe vs LeBron at the MSG – Who had the better game?

Posted by Admin in Cavs, Knicks, Kobe, Lakers, LeBron, Poll

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Kobe set it off by dropping 61 points, 3 assists, 1 block and a perfect 20-20 at the free throw line.

LeBron’s line: 52 points, 9 rebounds, 11 assists, 2 blocks

Who do you think had a better night?
Kobe – 61 points breaks the scoring record at MSG
Lebron – first player since Kareem Abdul-Jabbar in 1975 to tally a triple-double while also scoring 50-plus points. (scratch that, no trip/dub – the League took the 10th rebounds away from LeBron and gave it to Ben Wallace)

July 21st, 2008

Laker Girl Auditions in Full Swing

Posted by Admin in Cavs, Pictures


Adam Rose of the L.A. Times asks what’s better than 20 Laker Girls?

The answer: 500 prospective Laker Girls.

A swarm of women try out to become a Laker girls for the upcoming 2008-09 season.






Can you guess which girl above WILL NOT get hired?

June 11th, 2008

The ‘Machine’ Engineers a Lakers Victory

Posted by Admin in Cavs, Kobe, Lakers

Nearly everyone at Staples Center was on edge. Everyone except the ‘Machine’. Sasha Vujacic was unfazed by Boston’s tight defense, letting his jumper rip whenever he got space. Even after Kobe BRyant yells at him for missing a jumper, he jacked up another one play later. The Machine made 7-of-10 from the field, including 3-of-5 on 3-pointers, and scored 20 points off the bench in the Lakers’ 87-81 Game 3 victory.

Kobe Bryant on Sasha after the game:
“The Machine played like a machine,” Bryant said. “He’s gotten better as the season has gone on, not just being a spot-up shooter but being able to put the ball on the floor one or two bounces and taking a step back. He’s really developed into a well-rounded scorer.”

Machine’s Game 3 higlights below

May 19th, 2008

The Celtics Survive LeBron

Posted by Admin in Cavs, Celtics

The C’s did what the Pistons couldn’t do last year – Get past LeBron and the Cavs. LeBron scored 45 points but was offset by Paul Pierce’s 41 and P.J. Brown’s clutch performance in the 4th quarter.

Paul Pierce Highlights from yesterday’s game

Post-game talk. See what LeBron has to say about Pierce

May 18th, 2008

LeBron James : All Access

Posted by Admin in Cavs

An espn exclusive with number 32

May 13th, 2008

LeBron Dunks On Kevin Garnett

Posted by Admin in Cavs, Celtics

LeBron maneuvers past Paul Pierce and James Posey to set up a towering dunk over Kevin Garnett.

May 7th, 2008

LeBron’s Worst Night of His Career, 2-for-18 Shooting

Posted by Admin in Cavs, Celtics, LeBron

Last night in Boston was the setting for one of the ugliest playoff games in recent memory. 3 stars go on to combine 4 for 36 shooting. LeBron James had his worst night ever at 2 for 18. quickly points out that last night’s fiasco was LeBron’s worst of worst, followed by a 3-for-20 performance against the Sixers on March 18, 2005; a 2-for-13 night against the Clippers on December 3, 2003; and another 2-for-13 bungler on February 11, 2004. Note that those last two games happened during LeBron’s rookie year and none of them occurred during the playoffs.

Despite ‘Bron’s impotence on the court, the Cavs still had a chance to win, until this play.

I fully expect LeBron to bounce back. After all, he really can’t do worse than .111 percent shooting.

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