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LeBron James led the underdog Cleveland Cavaliers to the NBA finals last season and the 22-year-old known as “King James” is seeking to do even better with two crowns in 2008. The dream double for James is to lead the Cavs to their first NBA title and help return the
Lyn Brown’s secret to running a successful charity isn’t much of a secret. She operates Make-A-Wish Foundation of Hawai’i like a business, watching how each dollar is spent, ensuring everything is done by the book and keeping the organization focused on its mission. “You have to treat it like it’s
LeBron James took another step in improving his game last week, undergoing Lasik eye surgery in Beverly Hills, Calif. The procedure, performed by Dr. Kerry K. Assil, is designed to improve vision and assures a faster recovery. James’ vision has improved to 20/15, according to Assil, and he has already
Perhaps the biggest development in the FIBA Americas TournamentÂ was the excellent jump shooting provided by LeBron James: 76 percent from the field and 23-for-37 from behind the arc. He capped things off by hitting eight 3-pointers against Argentina in the gold-medal game, powering the U.S. to a 118-81 victory.
During the FIBA Americas Tournament in Vegas, Lebron shooting has been impressive. He is shooting 79% from the field and 70% from the 3-point land.. Brian Windhorst of the Akron Beacon Journal discussed Lebron’s shooting on his blog: “LeBron hinted a few times at the end of last season that
Lebron James is shooting 79% on 47 for 59 from the field. 14 of his 20 three-pointers found their way to the basket, that is 70% from the 3-point land. Last night when Team USA played Uruguay, he shot 11 for 11 and made all of his four three pointers.
LeBron James’ friends know how to booze it up! while in Las Vegas last month at club Jet at the Mirage, his his hard-partying posse kept downing drinks — and stuck the 23-year-old teetotaling baller with the outrageous $2,000 tab! That’s a lot of hooch! Club sources say that while
LeBron James’ sports marketing company LRMR signed the Ohio State wide receiver, Ted Ginn Jr., to a marketing contract. Ginn, who now plays for the Miami Dolphins, is the first athlete signed by LRMR Marketing.Â Ginn says knowing James for years made the decision to enter into a business partnership