LeBron James

Cleveland Cavaliers #23 - Forward

  • Born: 12/30/84
  • Age: 34
  • Height: 6'8"
  • Weight: 250
  • Seasons: 2003

Anthony Davis is excited to play with Rajon Rondo again: ‘He’s a guy I can count on to get the ball in my sweet spot’


Now, how much will Anthony Davis and Rajon Rondo play together on the Lakers this year? That very much remains an open question.

James Harden appears on multiple ESPN NBA All-Decade lists


The Beard is being recognized, but there’s always a caveat.

Under-the-Radar HS Primed For A Run At The 2020 National Championship


Since 2009, only nine high schools have made it to the national finals. Looking at the 2020 and 2021 recruiting classes, we try to identify some schools with the most talent around the nation that...

Doc Rivers jokes that Clippers would have had to move to Seattle if the Lakers had signed Kawhi Leonard


It’s fair to say that Doc Rivers was concerned about the possibility of Kawhi Leonard signing with the Lakers over the Clippers.

Love ranking No. 41 in Sports Illustrated’s Top 100 is totally fair


Love’s ranking into account his up and down season and gives hope that he can return to form this year. If he does, it leaves the Cavs at crossroads.

The Lakers finally found their next star


When Kobe Bryant retired, the Lakers were trying to find their next superstar. They did just that in LeBron James, but have wanted to partner him with another superstar. This summer, the locked in...

Open Thread: Happy birthday, Dejounte Murray


The Spurs point guard is poised to come back with a vengeance.

Simulating three ‘What if?’ scenarios for the Lakers on NBA 2K20


The Lakers are going to be just fine next season, according to NBA 2K20.

Return of the Sixth: Gordon Hayward, Marcus Smart, and coming off the bench


Both players have served as sixth men and one will have to do it again next season.

Here is how much cap space the Lakers will have in 2021


The Lakers will have a ton of cap space in 2021, but is it enough to add a third star like Giannis Antetokounmpo?

ESPN ranks Spurs/Heat Game 6 as best game of 2010s


Ray Allen’s clutch 3 sent the game into overtime.