Lebron accepted the MVP trophy and then then the Heat accepted the L from The Bulls. But LBJ was rockin’ the X MVP’s heavy on court. The MVP’s are wild colorful….a mash-up of sorts. Stay tuned for release info.
LeBron James’ love for the Fruity Pebbles cereal has transformed itself into a pair of LeBron IVs before, resulting in one of the most hunted LeBron sneakers in history. The Miami Heat star just gave another product his co-sign, but instead of a fruity breakfast cereal, he’s directing his props with the quote “Yellow means caution” to Carmex, a brand known for their effective lip balms. This Nike LeBron X ‘Carmex’ features a tonal yellow upper with red and black trimmings around the shoe that matches the product’s casing, although it’s not known if these are a true collaboration, an upcoming release, or just another variation of a Miami Heat colorway that just so happens to fit the Carmex bill. Peep the full shot below and we’ll throw you some updates when they develop.
That boy crazy! Lol. After shooting a technical foul free throw against the Heat, James Harden decided to high-five his imaginary teammates. smh.
Check out the new Samsung commercial featuring Lebron James. It shows the day and life of Lebron on a typical game day.
Jeremy Lin spoke with reporters with a big smile after Sundays open practice:
“I wasn’t as shocked, because I had heard about possibly happening. But, I was just like ‘I’m hoping that it happens’, I didn’t know, but I was like ‘I think it would be a great deal for us, it would help us’. When I found out last night…I was pretty excited”
The reigning Sixth Man of the Year joined his new team Sunday after he was traded to the Rockets from Oklahoma City late Saturday. The Thunder acquired guards Kevin Martin and Jeremy Lamb, two first-round picks and a second-round pick in the surprising deal. Oklahoma City also sent center Cole Aldrich and forwards Daequan Cook and Lazar Hayward to Houston. Continue reading
Earlier this morning we shared a story about LeBron possibly heading to the Lakers in 2 yrs. when Kobe leaves. Thanks to the latest speculation, we’re now virtually assured LeBron James-to-the-Lakers talk for the next two seasons. Dwyane Wade wishes that wasn’t the case.
From the Palm Beach Post:
“They need to leave my teammate alone with that, and go mess with somebody else,’ Wade said. ‘He’s gonna be here. We’re straight.’ James, for his part, stayed on message, a message you’re sure to hear over and over from him: ‘I’m here. I’m preparing for the season. I’m preparing to defend our title.’”