Category Archives: NBA All-Star

LeBron James All-Star Saturday Interview

The Cleveland Cavaliers are two games ahead of the defending champion L.A. Lakers in the race for the NBA’s best regular season record—and the Cavs’ lead is really in effect three games because the Cavs swept the head to head

LeBron James’ Impressive All-Star Game Resume

After just five appearances, LeBron James has already made his mark in the All-Star Game record book, averaging 23.4 ppg (first all-time, 2.9 ppg ahead of former leader Oscar Robertson), 6.6 rpg and 5.2 apg while shooting .516 from the

Cleveland’s One-Two Punch Knocks Out Heat

LeBron James and Dwyane Wade were the headline acts but Mo Williams stole the show with a game-high 29 points as Cleveland beat Miami 99-89 to improve to 28-1 in the friendly confines of Quicken Loans Arena. The Cavs are

Lebron James to compete in the 2010 Sprite Slam Dunk Contest

Lebron James just announced that he will compete in the 2010 slam dunk contest in Dallas, Texas. “Right now, I am preliminary putting my name in the 2010 dunk contest Saturday night” Lebron said during the All-Star Sprite Slam Dunk

Lebron James dedicates playground at the Robson Boys and Girls Club of Phoenix

James will dedicate a state-of-the-art playground at the Robson Boys and Girls Club of Phoenix. Last season, James and his foundation teamed with State Farm on a similar project in New Orleans, where they installed at St. Bernard Recreation Center,

Lebron, Howard top All-Star Votes

For the fifth consecutive season, James was voted to the All-Star Game and got a career-best 2,940,823 to top all forwards in the Eastern Conference. The Magic’s Dwight Howard led all players with a record 3,150,181 votes. James was second

Who do you want in the Slam Dunk Contest?

In partnership with Coca-Cola, we are giving away two Lebron James posters to two fans to help us choose the fourth dunker who will go against Dwight Howard, Rudy Gay and Nate Robinson in the 2009 Sprite Slam Dunk Contest

LeBron and Boobie Turn New Orleans into Cleveland South

New Orleans seemed like Cleveland South by the end of All-Star Weekend. LeBron James nearly posted the second triple double in All-Star Game history, finishing with 27 points, nine assists, eight rebounds, two steals and two blocked shots en route