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LeBron James – Yes to Triple Double, no to Clutch

Posted on 5 Dec, 2012, by in NBA

Yes, it can begin. LeBron James, for the first time this season, missed not one but two potentially game winning shots, which made his first triple double in 2012-2013 look that much more redundant as the Miami Heat left Washington scratching their heads as to how exactly they lost to the Washington Wizards. More

LeBron James, Clutch Enough For You?

Posted on 8 Jun, 2012, by in Featured

If clutch, for you, is shooting at the last second with five players on you while making the shot, then LeBron James isn’t the player for you. If showing up for an potential elimination game, with the back to the wall, on the road, and scoring 45 points while taking over from the first second is your cup of tea, then you were pleased with what you saw. More

LeBron James and a Different Kind of Clutch

Posted on 17 Apr, 2012, by in NBA

LeBron James gets a lot of criticism for his performance on fourth quarters and especially last shot scenarios and situations. One bad playoff series, the finals against the Mavs, made people forget the James is capabale of carrying a team, alone, for a full 12 minutes of crunch time basketbal, and prevail as the winner. Without a game winning shot. There’s no need. More

Dwyane Wade & LeBron James Provide Perfect Clutch Combo

Posted on 11 Mar, 2012, by in NBA

LeBron James finished with 27 points, and hit a game tying three pointer to send the game into overtime. Dwyane Wade hit an impossible shot at the end of overtime to give the Miami Heat a 93-91 win over the Indiana Pacers. Any questions about the Heat’s ability to handle tight games by all of their big three has been suspended until the postseason. More

Utah Jazz – Where Winning Streaks End

Posted on 3 Mar, 2012, by in Soccer

The Utah Jazz ended the Miami Heat’s game winning streak with a dramatic 99-98 win, despite LeBron James having another huge game (35 points, 10 rebounds, 6 assists), combining for 66 along with Dwyane Wade, and giving up on another chance to take the final and potentially winning shot. More