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Game One Thoughts

June 7, 2007 by


Let me pretend to be a sports reporter tonight and post my comments on Game One of the NBA Finals this evening.   Coming into tonight’s game LeBron had played 16 games in the 2007 NBA Finals.  In fifteen games he was above average.  Tonight he would have had to play quite a bit better to […]

The Next Jordan?

June 7, 2007 by


Last season the “next Jordan” was Dwyane Wade. And as Henry Abbott reports, LeBron James was considered the first cut for Team USA. A few months later, LeBron has fully assumed both the mantle of King James and the “next Jordan”. Has anything changed besides popular perception? Let’s start with Wade. Flash produced 18.2 wins […]

An Historic Upset?

June 7, 2007 by


Ian Thomsen stated the following yesterday at I’m not going to say that the Cavaliers are incapable of upsetting the Spurs — not after watching them put down the supposedly unbeatable Pistons. If LeBron James turns out to be the best player on the floor, and if his teammates knock down shots like the […]