Hollywood's endless revisiting of cherished figures from our past has always been a successful entertainment ploy. And none more so than the current obsession of making every character in a movie a dangerous, sexy twenty-something.
LeBron James' drive to win has helped the Heat to an impressive win streak, but it's his happiness on and off the court that has earned him other accolades. He's paving his own way now. And, as a result, we're finally warming up to LeBron.
Just because he's not on your team or your favorite player doesn't really make him a bad guy. LeBron isn't perfect and he will probably do or say something to provide his critics with reasons to speak out against him, but his pre-game dunk routine is not a valid reason to critique him.
Will anyone prevent Miami from winning the NBA title? The Heat made it 12 straight wins with a double overtime win over Sacramento last night. LeBron James had 40 points and 16 assists.
And the hottest team in the NBA? That would be the champion Miami heat: It's now nine straight wins.
In a game that is truly about a school-yard game and just having fun in the biggest spotlight of the NBA season, the players "brought it."
As basketball fans around the world focus their attention on Sunday's NBA All-Star Game, one player stands above the rest. LeBron James is clearly the league's best player. An important question lingers: is LeBron the Greatest of All Time, or GOAT?
As the congratulatory wishes come in to mark the 50th birthday of Michael Jordan, one the greatest basketball players of all time, I am struck by the iconic image of MJ in flight and what it represents for all of us.
Michael Jordan turns 50 on Sunday causing lots of people to mouth off about who is better, among Jordan, LeBron James, and Kobe Bryant. Does it really matter?
James, frustrated with the comparisons, took to Twitter on Wednesday morning to voice his opinion on the situation.
This nation is obsessed with rankings. Who is best? Who is number one? Who should be number one? So it should not come as a shock that there are a lot of people who have decided that now is a good time to conjure up a Micheal Jordan vs. LeBron James debate.
"King" Felix Hernandez is now the salary king. The Seattle Mariners have locked up their star pitcher for seven years for $175 million, the largest pitching contract in baseball.
Power shift. Boston College now rules the hockey roost in Beantown, not Boston University. B.C. won the Beanpot Tournament for the fourth straight year.
Eight months ago, the Miami City Ballet was a mess. The remarkable Edward Villella was beginning his last season as artistic director, the organization had run out of cash, its executive director had left and the survival of the institution was truly in doubt.
As Dwyane Wade explained, in what seems to some to be an utterance of unfathomable understatement: LeBron James is "off the planet right now. He's not...
So what are we to make of Tiger Woods waltzing away with the Farmers Insurance Open? Does this mean his five-year hiatus from winning major golf tournaments is about to end? Even with his drought he clearly drives golf.