LeBron James Kicked in the Face in Chicago
LeBron James, who broke his nose February 20th, decided to go against medical advice and ditch his protective mask against the Chicago Bulls Sunday. And he got kicked in the face during the loss.
Tiger’s not done just yet, as he storms back up the leaderboard at the Cadillac Championship in Doral. After shooting a 66 on Saturday, including this beastly put below, he’s right it in the thick of it at -1 — three shots back of Patrick Reed for the leader.
Earlier this week stories emerged how the Marlins were “outraged” that the Red Sox would dare send a lineup full of minor league prospects to a Grapefruit League game. Red Sox owner John Henry has his own thoughts on the situation and tweeted as much Saturday afternoon:
In a recent interview with Basketball Insiders, George expressed his interest in having LeBron mentor him. “It would be great to be able to pick his brain, pick his mind and just talk about the game because I think he’s a player that can help me get to the next level and continue to keep […]
1. Miami Heat — Oscars are over, but once again you find LeBron “gunning for that No. 1 spot.” 2. L.A. Clippers — Big Baby gonna turn it up. 3. Indiana Pacers — A few too many close calls lately. They’re looking more and more like last year’s club — all defense, not enough offense.
Besides the pretty colors outlining where LeBron James and Kevin Durant excel at shooting the basketball, what do we learn from their shot charts? LeBron is DISGUSTING at the rim, converting 76 percent of his attempts. And Durant is lethal from just about everywhere on the court.