PHOTO: LeBron James' 'Closeout Game' Ensemble

LeBron James and the Miami Heat have a chance to sweep the New York Knicks in Game 4 of their 2012 NBA Playoffs first-round series on Sunday. This calls for a special clothing ensemble from James. Here it is.

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Tiger Woods likes to wear red shirts, and James clearly wants to wear pink pants. Hey, whatever works.

Speaking of "whatever works," a zoomed-in shot confirms that James is holding a book called "Who Moved My Cheese: An Amazing Way to Deal with Change in Your Work and in Your Life."

That seems like a valuable resource for James, considering he moved to Miami two years ago. On the other hand, here's the first Amazon review of the book.

"... it took two authors to write only 96 pages. The writing is haphazard, poorly edited, unhelpful, sends mixed signals, and boils down to a rather insensitive "Things change, get used to it, change or you will die. Now keep moving." I would never give this to an employee, because that would be like giving an employee a stick of deodorant and wondering why they've stopped talking to you. This book does not care about the reader, and if I got it, I'd think, "Is my boss telling me to move on?" Comparing people to mice, and life's goals to cheese is patronizing to anyone with a sense of self-awareness. The motivational parables are generic, and seem out of place to the rest of the scare tactic this book is."


Whatever works for LeBron, I guess.

UPDATE: It's possible there's a second book at play. Sneaky, LeBron.

For all news and information regarding the Miami Heat, please visit Peninsula Is Mightier. For updates and perspective on the New York Knicks, head on over to Posting and Toasting or check out SB Nation New York.

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