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LeBron: Headband Was Apparently Holding Him Back

LeBron: Headband Was Apparently Holding Him Back

By Zach Walton June 19, 2013

LeBron James’ headband is an iconic part of his on on-court persona. He (accidentally) ditched that persona, along with the headband, during the Heat’s game against the Spurs. Turns out that headband may have been holding him back the entire …

Gifs Of Miami Heat's Championship Celebration Gifs Of Miami Heat's Championship Celebration

The Miami Heat won their second NBA championship in the franchise’s history, and while that’s a worthy accomplishment, last night was about LeBron James winning his first title as an NBA player. Yes, the King got his ring, and as …

NBA Players And Who They Follow On Twitter NBA Players And Who They Follow On Twitter

Why, porn stars and big booty models, of course. What did you expect? For them to actually follow fans? To quote the Internet, “LOL. Yeah, right.” Armed with the knowledge that the NBA season could very well end tonight, the …

Mike Tyson Has A New Song For Kevin Durant Mike Tyson Has A New Song For Kevin Durant
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Earlier this week, Mike Tyson made his singing debut on the Jimmy Kimmel Live show, singing something that resembled a heartfelt ballad to the current King of the NBA, LeBron James. Once the song hit the wires, good times were …

David Stern and Jim Rome Got At It On Air, Trend David Stern and Jim Rome Got At It On Air, Trend

Jim Rome is fond of Jim Rome. This much is obvious. If you don’t see it, take a look at his head shots, like the one leading this article, and other straight-from-the-media-packet pictures that show up in a “Jim Rome” …

Mike Tyson Sings For LeBron James Mike Tyson Sings For LeBron James

Last night before the NBA Finals tipped, Jimmy Kimmel brought out Mike Tyson to sing a tribute song to LeBron James, and it’s about as incredible as you’d expect. Already known as supremely eloquent speaker, Tyson let the world know …

Twitter Is Ready for The NBA Finals Twitter Is Ready for The NBA Finals

Yes, I know the NBA isn’t on NBC anymore, but that’s still the best NBA Finals Introduction theme of all time, so I’m using it. Problem? We’re a little over four hours until the Finals tip tonight, and one thing’s …

Interactive Shot Charts Prepare Us For NBA Finals Interactive Shot Charts Prepare Us For NBA Finals

The 2012 NBA Finals start tonight as the Oklahoma City Thunder and the Miami Heat square off for the right to hoist the Larry O’Brien trophy. As is the case when a popular sports series comes to the surface, the …

NBA Finals: The Mavericks Are The Toast of Ohio NBA Finals: The Mavericks Are The Toast of Ohio
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In case you’re wondering about the connection here, social media and the Internet in general reacted in spectacular fashion to the NBA Finals, especially now that Dirk Nowitzki and Dallas Mavericks surprisingly defeated the LeBron James and the Miami Heat. …

The Internet Wraps Up The NBA Finals in Style The Internet Wraps Up The NBA Finals in Style

If there’s a better mix of Internet content than social media and how it reacts to sports, I’m not sure what it is. Sure, message boards will always blow up if there’s a movie/television show worth discussing, but those “your …

Mark Cuban Enjoys Being The New King of the NBA Mark Cuban Enjoys Being The New King of the NBA

Move over LeBron and Dwyane Wade. Pat Riley too. There’s a new sheriff in town, and he goes by the name of Mark Cuban, owner of the NBA champion Dallas Mavericks, and it’s pretty clear Cuban is going to enjoy …

LeBron James’ Bad Night Inspires Twitter Backlash LeBron James’ Bad Night Inspires Twitter Backlash
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Game Four of the NBA Finals wound up being a no good, very bad evening for the once and future King of the NBA, LeBron James. After scoring a career-playoff low eight points in the Miami Heat’s loss to the …

Dirk Nowitski: Unfortunate Twitter Trend Dirk Nowitski: Unfortunate Twitter Trend
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The NBA Finals started last night with Game One going to the Miami Heat, who seem to be playing the role of villain for the 2011 NBA Playoffs. The Heat’s opponents, the Dallas Mavericks, are led by perhaps one of …