James, frustrated with the comparisons, took to Twitter on Wednesday morning to voice his opinion on the situation.
One would assume that 31 points, 10 rebounds, 9 assists, and 3 steals while shooting 60 percent from behind the arc and 55 percent from the floor could seal the deal for the defending NBA Champion Miami Heat.
When I think of Frank Ocean I think about his talent, his amazing songwriting ability, his terrific voice. I think of the first time I heard "Novacane." Should we care whether Frank Ocean is gay or bisexual? The short answer is no.
The planet's best player though, now has his first world championship, and he's done so at 27 years old; or to be exact, one year younger than when the incomparable Michael Jordan captured his first ring with the Bulls in 1991.
One source close to the Heat informed me before the series that this is a much bigger problem than Wade has let on and that the pain is palpable. Even so, after Miami's 105-94 loss, the 2006 Finals MVP said: "I've still got something left in me."
For a Miami Heat team that is 33-4 this season and 8-0 in the playoffs when it scores 100 points, James' refusal to get his team over the hump once again was alarming.
After dismantling San Antonio and its 20-win streak in the West, Thunder coach Scott Brooks now faces the task of defending a super-confident LeBron James. The question becomes: Will he double-team him, or try and live with his scoring while attempting to shut down Wade?
Moving forward minus Bosh, Miami is highly vulnerable. Let us not forget that this was the eighth most efficient half-court offense in basketball this year, and that was with Bosh. In other words, if they cannot get out and run, they can be beaten.
Whether or not the Ranger/Devils series turns out to be a classic, I'm guessing the post game news conferences will be. Rangers coach John Tortorella has been putting on a show.
I'm always suspect when I hear that leagues are "rooting" for specific teams. For example did the NBA breathe a sigh of relief that the Lakers survived game 7 Saturday night against Denver?
Well, it's good thing for Dallas that Dirk Nowitzki took his talents to America. When all was said and done, Nowitzki was the true fourth-quarter superstar who rose to the occasion.
The real American game has always been business, played for centuries with winners and losers along the way. The National Basketball Association has repeatedly claimed that it is a loser at this market contest.
After every Heat loss, the media tries to speculate about what's going wrong with the team that was supposed to be a can't-miss champion: Is it the co...
Dwyane Wade coached a match for Gatorade's REPLAY on Chicago's south side -- where Wade himself grew up. So here, my Q&A with Dwyane Wade.
I'm reminded this NBA off-season of the Google catchphrase: "Don't be evil." That's what I'd encourage Carmelo Anthony to do as he plans his future with the Denver Nuggets.
In the toughest economic times since the Great Depression, how about actually sacrificing and doing something to deflate those huge egos of yours for once?