Lebron has been out of his element in his present situation, it’s safe to say, and sources say he needs to find a new home.
Time for your letters:
15 minutes and 34 seconds into the Heat's game against the Hornets last night, LeBron hit a three, putting LeBron up 28-27 on the Hornets. He was 10/11 at that point, including 6/6 from three. (The Heat were up by 17, but whatever.) Highlights here.
For nearly two decades now, Sports Illustrated has stirred the tea leaves to discern a weekly Sign of the Apocalypse. Deadspin salutes the magazine's ongoing effort to head off the end of times, but declines to quietly cede to SI the scoop on the biggest event in world history.
The final score—99-94—doesn't tell the whole story: Lithuania had a lead in the fourth quarter, and there were moments where it looked like just about everything that could go wrong for the US team would: atrocious free throw shooting, no rhythm from outside, easy scores for Lithuania's guards, and Coach K making that…
Yahoo's Adrian Wojnarowski, like many of our nation's sportswriters, doesn't care for LeBron James. But Woj shows his distaste with a bit more pathos than that of the average hack. Here, in order of increasing floridness and delusion, are some choice LeBron-related quotes from November 2008 on.
Or the ability to hit the ground really quickly. You decide.
Sure, the Miami Heat beat the Memphis Grizzlies by 33 yesterday, but this "Fox X Mo" clip from the end of the first half still bears mention. Why? Because America loves when LeBron James gets hit in the face and runs into teammate Dwyane Wade who, with a lowered shoulder, dropped him the floor like a sack of…
Because no one reads the newspaper, and SportsCenter's anchors are too perky for this early in the morning, Deadspin combs the best of the broadsheets and internets to bring you everything you need to know to start your day.
Last night's South Park featured this spoof of LeBron James's recent commercial. It features BP CEO Tony Hayward intercut with other characters in the midst of existential crises.