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    Niko Lalos’ day started with a Twitter name-drop from LeBron James and somehow only got better from there. A few hours after King James sent his legion of 48 million followers scrambling to research the name, the Giants rookie defensive lineman made a diving interception and helped force another turnover in a 19-17 road win against the Cincinnati Bengals. Lalos was promoted from the practice squad on Saturday for an unforgettable NFL debut. “First career [game], interception, shout-out from LeBron — I don’t think it gets better than that,” teammate Logan Ryan said. “He’s part of the early-risers crew. I think he was elevated today because we needed him, I think he was elevated because of his work ethic every day. I’m happy he was rewarded. It’s a great story.” Lalos and James are products (13 years apart) of St. Vincent-St. Mary High School in Akron, Ohio — about 230...
    Niko Lalos’ day started with a Twitter name-drop from LeBron James and somehow only got better from there. A few hours after King James sent his legion of 48 million followers scrambling to research the name, the Giants rookie defensive lineman made a diving interception and helped force another turnover in a 19-17 road win against the Cincinnati Bengals. Lalos was promoted from the practice squad on Saturday for an unforgettable NFL debut. “First career [game], interception, shout-out from LeBron — I don’t think it gets better than that,” teammate Logan Ryan said. “He’s part of the early-risers crew. I think he was elevated today because we needed him, I think he was elevated because of his work ethic every day. I’m happy he was rewarded. It’s a great story.” Lalos and James are products (13 years apart) of St. Vincent-St. Mary High School in Akron, Ohio — about 230...
    Everyone has secrets, and when it’s an NBA player, every detail gets scrutinized. These players appear in so many interviews, answer so many impulsive rapid-fire questions, it’s tough for them to hide stuff. LeBron James’ former teammate Richard Jefferson recently revealed one such secret from his early days in the NBA. Jefferson, now 40-YO, was overall 13th pick in 2001, the same year Pau Gasol was drafted third. He went to the New Jersey Nets, where he played his career’s best basketball in the first decade. He definitely attained great popularity in those young years of his. How did his fame help him get away from the police? In an interview, Mr. Richard went totally honest while letting out his secrets. He accepted, “Has my celebrity or fame gotten me out of trouble? Yes!” Here goes the story in his own words, “One time I made a ride on...
    LeBron James’ relationship status with the Larry O’Brien Trophy is complicated, but they’re back together again after seeing other people. Minutes after winning his fourth NBA championship Sunday night, James was reunited with the most coveted piece of hardware in the league and had some rather intimate words for the piece of sterling silver and vermeil. “I can’t believe you cheated on me for the last four years,” James said while cradling the trophy in his arm, according to a video taken by teammate Javale McGee. “What is wrong with you? I’m going to bring your ass home when the lights come off.” James hadn’t won a title since 2016, when he led the Cavaliers to the finals and beat the Warriors. They lost to the Warriors in the NBA Finals the next two years before the Raptors won it last year, James’ first season in Los Angeles. The 35-year-old...
    Jae Crowder tried to wrestle LeBron James in Game 1 of the 2020 NBA Finals, and the King was not pleased. The NBA Finals are bound to get heated at some point. These are the world’s greatest basketball players competing against each other to reach the sport’s Mount Olympus, after all, and these guys are used to winning at the highest level. It’s only natural that competing for an NBA title would stoke their competitive fire, especially in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, rampant social injustice, cabin fever from living in the Orlando bubble for months and all the anxiety and mental strain that comes with all of that.
    LeBron James had a dismal fourth quarter against the Denver Nuggets. His two turnovers and 1/6 shooting allowed Denver to take a one-point lead prior to the final possession of the game. Though Anthony Davis hit a buzzer-beater to win the game for LA, some people still want to drag LeBron for disappearing in the quarter. NBA Analyst and long-time critic of LeBron James, Skip Bayless, spoke about the fourth-quarter performances of both LeBron and AD, claiming AD’s shot has taken LeBron off the hook. “Your man LeBron James was even luckier than his Dallas Cowboys were with that onside kick recovery! AD took your man right off the hook at the end of that game. LeBron would’ve gotten all the blame for the blunder of blowing that lead.”@RealSkipBayless pic.twitter.com/mHBabypkwa — UNDISPUTED (@undisputed) September 21, 2020 “LeBron James, at the end of the game, was even luckier than the Dallas...
    Screenshot/ESPN Losing out on the NBA MVP to Giannis Antetokounmpo "pissed off" Lakers star LeBron James, he said on Friday night. Speaking after the Lakers beat the Denver Nuggets in the first game of the Western Conference finals, James expressed his displeasure at the margin by which the "Greek Freak" won his second consecutive MVP title. Antetokounmpo got 85 out of 101 first-place votes in MVP voting, while James got the other 16. "It pissed me off, because out of 101 votes, I got 16 first-place votes. That's what pissed me off more than anything," James said. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Los Angeles Lakers star LeBron James said on Friday night it "pissed me off" that he didn't win the NBA MVP award this year, and that only 16 of the 101 strong panel of judges voted for him to win the award. The Milwaukee...
    LeBron James felt super insulted when Jay Williams referred to him as a “Pippen” during his title run with Dwayne Wade and the Miami Heat. While the debate over Michael Jordan vs. LeBron James never seems to end, perhaps LeBron is more of a Scottie Pippen anyway? That’s what Jay Williams said on Twitter when replying to Richard Jefferson‘s assertion that Giannia Atentekoumpo is more of a Pippen who needs his Jordan to win a championship. The Milwaukee Bucks are down 0-2 in their quarterfinal series with the Miami Heat. But when Williams said LeBron was a Pippen when he teamed up with Dwyane Wade to bring the Miami Heat a pair of NBA championships, the Los Angeles Lakers star took exception.LeBron felt insulted by Jay Williams claim that “The King” was playing second fiddle once upon a time in his careerExplain to me what the fux I gotta do...
    With the NBA season hanging by a thread, LeBron James was put on the spot. Following the surprise postponement of Wednesday’s game between the Bucks and Magic — sparking a wave of postponements across sports in support of the social justice movement — the league’s players met to discuss the next step. Heat forward Udonis Haslem, 40, turned to the league’s biggest star and pressed him on his stance. As the face of the league, James was reminded by his former teammate that his decision would likely determine the fate of the season, according to a Yahoo Sports report. “We’re out,” James replied, prematurely leaving the meeting with all his teammates, other than Dwight Howard. The Clippers joined, too, making the L.A. teams the only ones of the 13 remaining in the bubble to vote against continuing the season. However, a night of sleep changed the mindset of most Lakers,...
    US coronavirus: Arizona and Texas counties hit hard by coronavirus bring in refrigerated trucks as morgues fill up The recipe tweak that ruined McDonalds fries LeBron James is such a huge star that hes got an entire building to himself in the NBA bubble, a Houston Rockets player joked © Getty/Katelyn Mulcahy/Sean Gardner LeBron James, Austin Rivers. Getty/Katelyn Mulcahy/Sean Gardner Houston Rockets guard Austin Rivers joked that LeBron James is such a huge star that he probably has an entire building to himself in the NBA bubble. "Y'all know 'Bron ain't staying where we staying, man," Rivers said in an Instagram Live on Wednesday.  Pointing to a luxury four-story house, he added: "This whole damn building [is] Lebron's." NBA stars have been sharing their experiences from Walt Disney World, Orlando on social media since moving in to see out the remainder of the 2020 season. James is set...
    LeBron James, Austin Rivers. Getty/Katelyn Mulcahy/Sean Gardner Houston Rockets guard Austin Rivers joked that LeBron James is such a huge star that he probably has an entire building to himself in the NBA bubble. "Y'all know 'Bron ain't staying where we staying, man," Rivers said in an Instagram Live on Wednesday.  Pointing to a luxury four-story house, he added: "This whole damn building [is] Lebron's." NBA stars have been sharing their experiences from Walt Disney World, Orlando on social media since moving in to see out the remainder of the 2020 season. James is set to share any photos or videos of his room. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Houston Rockets guard Austin Rivers joked that LeBron James is such a huge star that he probably has an entire building to himself in the NBA bubble. NBA stars, including Rajon Rondo, JR Smith, and Joel Embiid,...
    There are more than 1 million international students in America. Heres where theyre from Auto dealers, restaurants with ties to lawmakers were among the firms that got PPP loans: Treasury/SBA data LeBron, Magic Johnson tweet support for Bubba Wallace: We got your back! President Donald Trump on Monday tweeted that the noose found in the Talladega Superspeedway garage stall belonging to Darrell “Bubba” Wallace Jr. and the No. 43 Richard Petty Motorsports team was a “HOAX” and questioned if Wallace had apologized yet, implying he played a role in the incident. © Provided by For The Win It was not a hoax, and neither Wallace nor anyone on the No. 43 team had anything to do with it, according to both the FBI and NASCAR. Afterward, a handful of people in the NASCAR world publicly expressed their support for Wallace, the only Black driver in the Cup Series, including...
    In 2010 LeBron James was a free agent and wanted to play for the Knicks | Thearon W. Henderson / . In 2010, current Los Angeles Lakers forward LeBron James was a free agent and was torn between staying with the Cleveland Cavaliers, forming a super team at the Miami Heat and choosing the Knicks to build something new and with room for improvement. Did you know that LeBron James was about to sign for the New York Knicks in 2010? The story here? https://t.co/Wnvc5eJcHV pic.twitter.com/vtcNAmwiVt – More Than A Game (@ Pasion_Basket1) July 1, 2020 In fact, in his head the Knicks were favorites, but everything changed when he met them, as nothing went well. The meeting with James Dolan, the largest shareholder, and Donnie Walsh, the president of operations, was so disastrous that the basketball player ended up leaning towards the Miami Heat. Journalist Bill Simmons...
    Getty Kobe Bryant with LeBron James. Retired NBA legend, Metta World Peace has had the distinction of playing against LeBron James, Kobe Bryant and Michael Jordan. VideoVideo related to metta world peace reveals why lebron james got better with time 2020-06-17T13:06:35-04:00 World Peace was also Bryant’s Los Angeles Lakers teammate; the two won a ring together in 2010. The Chicago Bulls’ 16th pick in the 1999 NBA Draft out of St. John’s University in New York, defense has been World Peace’s calling card. While promoting his XvsX Sports basketball platform on today’s episode of the Scoop B Radio Podcast, Metta World Peace discussed guarding the trio of James, Bryant and Jordan. World Peace also discusssed the ongoing comparison between the trio and his relationship with Bryant. Notes below: Metta World Peace on playing with the Lakers and meeting Kobe for the first time: “I met Kobe when...
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