Last night was game one of the NBA finals, and anticlimactic as the game itself was there was no shortage of action off-court.
Jokes and rumors about a Space Jam 2 starring Lebron James have been around for a long time. There were even points where it almost became a real thing. But now, we swear, it’s closer to real than ever—because director Justin Lin is even in talks to direct.
Cleveland's prodigal son, LeBron James, has a better memory than you. But then, the same could probably be said of many professional athletes.
It looked bad, LeBron getting Paul Pierced off the court, a Finals opener sliding wetly to an uneventful end, Gatorade trolling down from the ramparts of for-profit pseudo-science.
Last week's viral video "Worst Twerk Fail EVER - Girl Catches Fire!" was actually a staged bit from Jimmy Kimmel, he admitted last night on Jimmy Kimmel Live: "We didn't send it to any TV station, we didn't tweet it. We just put it on YouTube and let the magic happen."
See that guy creeping behind LeBron James and Dwyane Wade on the beach in the picture above? His name is Da Real Lambo, he's currently dating Gloria James, and he has a very active Instagram account.
Here are the jewels that'll adorn the feet of the world's greatest basketball player LeBron James for the upcoming basketball season. They look like they're brilliantly cut like a diamond. They look like something Iron Man might wear in his future. They also look like something an outer space alien version of The…
We already know that cork is the most amazing material in the world to keep your wine tasty but how does the material perform elsewhere? Like, for example, in shoes. Check out these new Nike Lebron X Cork shoes. Yes, shoes that are made from cork. It looks fantastic.
When you look at basketball shoes, what do you see? A big swoosh. Three stripes. Michael Jordan. A billboard molded to your feet. But do you see the technology? Though maybe not as blatant as an Intel sticker on your laptop, every shoe showcases its own advanced technology. Don't worry, you can't miss it on these, the…
So apparently LeBron James sort of ruined basketball last night, and maybe sports in general? Eesh! Let's save the state of sports by tossing in some gear to spice it up, shall we?
First it was Beats by Dre headphones in the locker room, now it's Flip Minos awkwardly distributed onstage at the MVP crowning. By the looks of it, Delonte West is pretty used to the Santa LeBron treatment—he's still waiting for the Range. [Sporting News]