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By Jim Gilmore
Americans don't need to choose between liberty and safety
Topic - Lebron James
Warren Buffett and Cleveland Cavaliers owner Dan Gilbert went on 'Late Night with Seth Meyers' to talk about their Billion dollar bracket challenge. Meyers brought up LeBron James.
Something about facing the Miami Heat still brings out the best in Paul Pierce.
Dwyane Wade doesn't typically play back-to-back games because of his knees, and he logged 40 minutes to lead Miami with 25 points in Sunday's loss to Chicago.
LeBron James set the tone pregame. Dwyane Wade took over in the fourth quarter.
The Wizards battled from behind and led by one point with 5:54 left in the game, but the Heat had too many weapons as Chris Bosh and Dwyane Wade closed it out 99-90.
LeBron James bit on a Martell Webster pump fake. Webster then drew the foul on him and hit a shot. Watch it here.
When Masai Ujiri left the Denver Nuggets to take over basketball operations for the Toronto Raptors, many saw coach Dwane Casey's departure at the end of the season as a done deal.
Joakim Noah and Jimmy Butler understand it.
On a night of celebration, there were two surprising, strange sights: LeBron James back on Cleveland's bench. The Knicks back in the NBA playoff chase.
The race between LeBron James and Kevin Durant for the NBA Most Valuable Player award seems to be the only one in the NBA this season worth watching, even though there is more than a month left in the season to determine such honors.
LeBron James simply wanted to support his friend, so the Miami Heat star found himself back in his old stomping grounds.
As the arena filled with the familiar drone of "Zeeeeeee," Zydrunas Ilgauskas waved his right hand and used his left to gently pat his heart.
At 7-foot-3, Zydrunas Ilgauskas towered over everyone yet stayed completely down to earth.
The sun was shining, the halfpipe was perfect and snowboarding felt fun again.
Led by a no-frills coach, the San Antonio Spurs have long stated the regular season means little to them.
"Obviously, it brought back memories, for sure," James said. "But it's a regular-season game where both teams were trying to get better."
"We know what he's capable of doing," James said. "When he's got his midrange working like that he's pretty dangerous. And that rim looked mighty big for him tonight."