LeBron James is getting ready to eat Rip Hamilton’s defensive game for dinner. (Dennis Wierzbicki-USA TODAY Sports)
Miami took their NBA East leading record into Chicago on Thursday night to face off against the Bulls.
Unfortunately for Chicago, Miami brought LeBron James and his unstoppable gameplay with. The Heat hammered the Bulls, 86-67.
James continued to dominate, scoring 26 points while recording 12 rebounds and seven assists, but the most impressive play of the night wasn’t even counted. He hit this bank, left-handed 3-point shot just after the refs had blown the whistle.
Want to know why he hit this shot? It’s pretty simple: Because he can.
GIF courtesy of USA Today Tumblr.
The NBA has confirmed that the Spurs made an illegal substitution when Tim Duncan was allowed back into the game after Ray Allen’s game-tying shot at the end of regulation.
LeBron James has huge plans for the evening before Game 7 between his Miami Heat and the San Antonio Spurs. They involve his kids, a TV, and SpongeBob.
Brazilian soccer star Neymar scored one silky goal and then showed off his world-class dribbling skills on an assist to Jo against Mexico in the Confederations Cup.
As far as the Heat’s Chris Bosh is concerned, the bandwagon fans who left Game 6 early can just watch Game 7 from home in their bro tanks.
After months of basketball and a roller coaster NBA Finals, it all comes down to this: Who is going to win a decisive Game 7 of the NBA Finals?
Jimmy Fallon unveils his 2013 Stanley Cup Finals Superlatives and they are pretty witty.