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Wednesday, November 9th, 2011 at 9:30 am  |  120 responses

Video: LeBron Dunks, Won’t Hi-Five a Fan


Here’s an amusing video of LeBron James throwing down a big dunk at Rudy Gay’s charity game last night in Memphis. He was too busy mean-mugging the crowd to give a fan the dap she so desperately craved.

(H/T: Hoopmixtape)

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  • http://www.slamonline.com Eboy

    Gosh, he’s such a meanie.

  • http://www.slamonline.com Wayno

    All of the LeBron hate is starting to make me like the dude…people pick apart everything this guy says or does, it’s so stupid…

  • marc

    That looks like his mom i think it was a joke lol

  • http://nba.com/celtics lights out

    cosign all three comments so far.

  • http://www.twitter.com/_dfrance dfrance21

    That does actually resemble his mom and she grabbed his hand so she got exactly what she wanted. Stop reaching. (no pun intended)

  • https://docs.google.com/fileview?id=0BzRY0yltRz9ANzc5OWEyN2YtZjM2Yy00NmFjLWE4MWYtNmFlN2JiZDRmNWFi&hl=en Off The Backboard

    This video is really not that bad. If you want real examples of Lebron’s douchiness, read Chris Palmer’s Sixth Man, The: A Season Inside the NBA Playground. Or better yet, just re-read that piece written by Arash Markazi about a Lebron party in Vegas that ESPN had to pull off the site cause it made James look like possibly the biggest d*ouchebag (link on name).

  • MUBWAR

    isn’t that gloria west? huh

  • http://www.twitter.com/nflem41 Nicolas Fleming

    Get back on defense! Oh, wait…Charity game. No D.

  • IAMORANGE4EVER

    Who’s Gloria West? lol

  • T-Money

    yeah that’s his mom. off the backboard: the story got pulled because the writer didn’t identify himself as a journalist and didn’t inform the subject that he was writing a piece. get your facts straight.

  • 23

    Wow, I didn’t know skip bayless had a gig at SLAM…

  • http://www.fiba.com Darksaber

    The mouthpiece chewing does NOT need to catch on. Yuck.
    Lovely off the glass dunk though, effortless.

  • Riggs

    “moooooooom. damn it.”

  • http://www.offthebackboard.wordpress.com Off The Backboard

    My point wasn’t to talk about whether or not Markazi told Lebron he was writing the piece or why ESPN pulled it – its that articles like that as well the stuff written by guys like Chris Ballard and Chris Palmer in some of their articles and books show Lebron’s true character, which is often bypassed by the media. I know people think that the Decision itself, and the stuff he said last year was bad, but the narcissism Lebron shows, and the lack of respect he shows for the people around him is really despicable. At least with Kobe, you know he’s mostly a d**chebag to other basketball players and not so much with fans and reporters. In the Chris Palmer book, IIRC, Lebron patronizes reports off the record, insulting them in front of his teammates to get a rise out of them, just because he can.

  • LA Huey

    Fans, I understand, but why would I care if someone’s a jerk to a reporter? Most of them are like rats anyways

  • http://www.offthebackboard.wordpress.com Off The Backboard

    @LA: He was patiently waiting for Lebron (not being invasive), and asked him if he could talk to him or something like that, to which Lebron went off on the guy, much to the delight of the other Cavs guys, which only encouraged him further. And reporters are people too. Reporters come with the territory of being a superstar athlete – the least you can do is be somewhat courteous. He’s just trying to do his job, and most athletes understand that. I’d chalk it up to Lebron just being immature when Palmer wrote about this, but then again, this is the same guy that tells fans that they have to return to their sad pathetic lives while he gets to bask in his own doodoo.

  • the truth

    Wow, news is slow without the nba lol

  • neaorin

    If you look real close, he was muttering “sit yo azz down, Mom!” as he was chewing on his mouthpiece.

  • 23

    Off the backboard……Sad pathetic lives?????? Wow, I never heard those words come from lebrons mouth. Lebron is a superstar and he knows it. And because of the TMZ like media, all reporters are looked at in a different light. They aren’t taken as seriously as they were 20 years ago because nowadays anyone with a videocamera or a recorder is a reporter.

  • http://twitter.com/Sylvanusuagbor Syl

    He was in the moment, feeling himself that he didn’t see her

  • Shecky Shabazz

    Way to get back on D…

  • T-Money

    off the backboard: your argument is losing credibility, “sad pathetic lives” was never uttered. again, get your facts straight.

  • Sws

    I thought it was maya moore

  • floe

    the whole world know arash is kobe’s bitch, the only thing that comes as a surprise in this article is that LRMR would give him that level of access.

  • http://Slamonline.com nbk

    He was looking up. And he’s 6’8″. Really think he is gonna see that women standing below his face? Lol come on people.

  • http://slamonline.com datkid

    off the backboard you realize when he said that, that A) he was right and B) he had just been the main reason the heat lost a national championship. you ask me how I feel about it all being my fault and “to say something to my detractors” in that state I’m going to say far worse things than he did. and why does it matter who kobe’s a douche to? lebron and kobe and most nba players are honestly probably pretty douche people in general. move past your lebron hate and face facts.

  • LA Huey

    And being associated with a paparazzi-like portion of the news media comes with its territory. Save for a handful of reporters, if an athlete mispeaks, you can bet a reporter is going to run with it.

  • 23

    Some reporters “make a living” off of the downfall or mistakes of famous people. That is a pretty sad way to make a living imo. I wish people still had morals and ethics rather than just letting $$$ blind them.

  • LA Huey

    co-sign dat kid. LBJ bit his tongue far more than I would’ve. My response would resemble something more like Darko’s infamous outburst than what Bron actually said. I think we expect way more of athletes than we would of ourselves.

  • LA Huey

    23, I agree with the first part but when did this magical time of morals and ethics ever exist?

  • http://www.offthebackboard.wordpress.com Off The Backboard

    I was paraphrasing what he said, which was “[At] the end of the day, all the people that was rooting on me to fail, at the end of the day they have to wake up tomorrow and have the same life that they had before they woke up today. They have the same personal problems they had today [...]. They can get a few days or a few months or whatever the case may be on being happy about not only myself, but the Miami Heat not accomplishing their goal, but they have to get back to the real world at some point.” I’m just wondering what the reactions of you guys who are defending Bron for asinine comments like the one above would be if someone just as controversial like Kobe, Sean Avery, or Terell Owens had said something similar. He rightfully got flak for it. And @datkid, what do you mean he was right? People watch basketball as a form of entertainment, and that Lebron is someone people pay to see. The same people who hate him come to watch him in opposing arenas…fans make him what he is. To say that everyone who roots against him do so because the Heat are an escape from their sad realities (again, PARAPHRASING people, not quoting him verbatim) is deserving of all the backlash he received.

  • http://www.offthebackboard.wordpress.com Off The Backboard

    @datkid – Of course the media are going to hound him after the Finals. He posted one of the worst Finals by a superstar that I’ve witnessed in quite some time (since Bean in the ’04 Finals), why would he not get berated and chastised? This is the same man who refers to himself as a King, Chosen One, etc. If you’re going to think of yourself as being so high and mighty, you better back it up with performances that prove your stature, rather than shrinking away like a frightened turtle on the biggest stage in basketball.

  • http://slamonline.com nbk

    What LeBron said, in a simplified form is, “People can focus their problems on hating me for as long as they feel it’s relevant to them, but they still have to go back to their normal lives and focus on their real problems the ones that actually matter” And there is absolutely nothing wrong with that statement no matter who says it. He didn’t say he has no problems. He didn’t say normal lives are worse then his. He didn’t insult anyone. He was talking about the rich just as well as the poor. Only someone looking for a reason to be angry will find his statement offensive.

  • http://www.offthebackboard.wordpress.com Off The Backboard

    @nbk – Guess there were a lot of people “looking to be angry” then. If there was nothing wrong with what he said, he wouldn’t have backtracked and apologized about the statement.

  • http://www.slamonline.com Eboy

    ADH

  • http://slamonline.com datkid

    cosign nbk. I’m not saying his finals performance didn’t deserve flak… I’m saying he was probably incredibly frustrated, and under similar circumstances I would’ve said far worse. And I would say the same thing if kobe had been in that sort of position.

  • http://slamonline.com datkid

    also I really do think you’re making something out of nothing, Off the backboard… that looks like his mom they’re probably messing around.

  • LA Huey

    I judge players as people by how they carry themselves on the court and on the clock because that’s all I can truly see. While I understand that’s probably a very limited sample of their lives, investigating further is about as pathetic as reading gossip magazines. We don’t know what real charities these players have, how they interact with their neighbors, or how they treat their kids’ friends. I’ll account for criminal charges and convictions into my assessment of them but that’s the extent beyond their professional lives I’ll go. And honestly, I got better things to do in my life than find out what kind of person an entertainer truly is.

  • http://www.offthebackboard.wordpress.com Off The Backboard

    @datkid – I actually have no problem with this video. Pretty sure that was someone he knew and he was just posing for fun.

  • http://slamonline.com nbk

    Off The BackBoard – It is called the media, their job is to scrutinize every little thing these guys do. And if some people like yourself and the legion of people who hate everything star athletes say (it happens with all of them, Kobe, LeBron, Shaq, MJ, they have all said things at one time or another that makes people feel the need to overreact about a meaningless statement, then the person being criticized will always apologize. They are f*cking public figures, multi-millionaires, to think just because someone apologizes to the media means he believes he said was wrong is straight ignorant. Of course he’s going to apologize, he will apologize for anything that makes people upset, Nike probably encourages him to do so.

  • fruizm

    “not now, mom!!!”……anyway, if that wasnt his mom, thats pretty embarrassing for her haha.

  • http://slamonline.com nbk

    If you got offended by his comments, or any athletes comments regarding your life then your either a 13 year old girl going through changes, or you just flat out need to examine what truly matters in your life. I guarantee statements from athletes won’t come up.

  • http://slamonline.com datkid

    cosign nbk above

  • EtheKnickfan

    Ummm when your rich you always appear surly. Can you imagine how many bs artists are out there? Every girl that tries to give you dap might say she preggers next week(this just happened to, of all people, Justin Bieber for chrissakes)Every guy who shakes your hand gonna claim whiplash 10 min later. Hard to be trusting when the same person rootin you on today, throws a beer on you tomorrow.

  • http://www.bulls.com Enigmatic

    Word

  • http://www.bulls.com Enigmatic

    Oh look, one of my comments actually appeared!

  • http://www.offthebackboard.wordpress.com Off The Backboard

    I wasn’t offended by his comments personally, nor am I a 13 year old girl. I can see why people would see his comments could have been construed as being demeaning, however. Did he intend as such? Probably not. But he said it, so a part of him must have believed it. And please, enough about me or anyone else who notices this kind of stuff as not having things to do in life; get off your high horses. You guys are on this site like I am, debating and arguing about the same issues that I/others do – to try to belittle me personally for knocking Lebron’s narcissism (something that has been frequently documented if you follow the NBA) is as “lifeless” as what you choose to accuse me of doing.

  • http://slamonline.com nbk

    Matic, what happens more often, your comments get through on Slamonline, or swimming pools are built in Alaska?

  • http://slamonline.com nbk

    How can they be construed as being demeaning? Unless you add words or definitions to those words, in the english language, he didn’t insult anyone.

  • http://www.offthebackboard.wordpress.com Off The Backboard

    With that being said, I don’t post on this site to make enemies. Going back to the original topic of this post – there is really nothing wrong with what he did. I must add that was a cool dunk.

  • http://slamonline.com nbk

    Nobody said you don’t have things to do in life, your response to my comments proves exactly why you find problems with peoples statements. You don’t pay attention to the words in front of your face. I said “or you just flat out need to examine what truly matters in your life” – read that sentence, then read your response “And please, enough about me or anyone else who notices this kind of stuff as not having things to do in life; get off your high horses.” I said “examine what matters,” not “find something to do.” Nobody is belittling you.

  • @DEKNOWZ

    I think they meant, Video: LeBron Dunks, Won’t Hi-Five his mom. lol

  • http://www.offthebackboard.wordpress.com Off The Backboard

    It just came across as extremely condescending (holier-than-thou), which is why people reacted to it the way they did.

  • LP

    this guy is a house, he would be the greatest tight end ever if he switched to football…

  • http://www.offthebackboard.wordpress.com Off The Backboard

    @nbk – “Examine what matters” still implies that I have nothing better to do than read into Lebron’s character with my time. I read about basketball – it comes up, what can I say? Regardless, I don’t want to make this about me and you, so let’s move on.

  • http://slamonline.com nbk

    Why did it come across that way? Because people spun the story off like that, because a LeBron story, no matter if it is right or wrong, gets more eyeballs then any other story in the league? You are just avoiding giving me an answer at this point. What about what he said was condescending?

  • http://slamonline.com nbk

    NO it means, if your getting offended by an athlete saying something like “people still have problems at home that they have to go back to when they are over hating on me” then you need to examine what matters in your life. I read more basketball everyday then any person I know. There is no way you can try and flip what I’m saying into “you have nothing better to do than read into LeBron’s character with your time” – that is crazy off-base. Just like saying what LeBron said was condescending. His words applied to the queen of england if she said he was a choke artist. smh

  • slamfan4life

    dude prolly was like…exhailing…..this vid wasnt that bad..

  • http://djfklsfl.com Jukai

    I stick up for Lebron, and I think Lebron is a great guy. You can shout out “THE MEDIA IS PROTECTING LEBRON” because he has 200 stories about what a nice person he is…
    or, more logically, you can assume those 200 stories are legit and the three stories you can find which projects Lebron in a bad light are the outliers.
    BUTTTTTTTTT that all being said…. “people can all go bash on me but they gotta go back to their real problems” was kind of a dbag thing to say. It wasn’t meant to be philosophical. It was an insult. Why else would he say it?

  • Mburb321

    There’s a difference, Lebron “looks” like a d-bag, hes not “acting” like a D-Bag. Kobe has the ridiculous jaw jut and airplane thing and lebron has the stupid puffer fish face and crowd stare down. They both need to get back to the drawing board because I doubt young kids on the playground are impersonating either one of them.

  • http://slamonline.com nbk

    It wasn’t meant as an insult – it was more like, “this stuff doesn’t matter, y’all realize that right?” – If he was insulting people he would have said, “I’m going to go back to my life where my biggest problem is winning basketball games, while y’all go back to yours, and try and feed your families” That would be an insult.

  • LA Huey

    Mburb, you’re wrong. Those are excellent signature taunts to imitate. I do the airplane thing when I clock out of work on a Friday, do the jaw jut when I win an argument with friends and family, and put on the puffer fish face when I skeet.

  • http://slamonline.com nbk

    I make the Kobe face anytime I do something that I find to be in any way shape or form dominate. I do the KobeFace at the TV when I dunk on the computer in 2k12. I made the KobeFace at my girlfriend when I made the most amazing catch of all time the other day. A little kid did the KobeFace at me at the Gym last week after he hit a 3 lol – i think what these guys do on the court has a much much much much bigger effect on our youth then what they say in a press conference. Sh*t I didn’t watch my first press conference until i was 13 or whatever age it was when AI did his “you talking about practice” rant, and I’ve always been crazy about basketball.

  • Chukaz

    there’s nothing wrong with what he did. the fan paid money to WATCH him play. As long as he didn’t blindfold her at any point during the game he did no wrong. he’s a grown man and he doesn’t have to touch anybody he doesn’t want to. b*tch was ugly too. I wouldn’t have touched her. I’d put money on LeBron touching Kate Upton even if she didn’t want him to…

  • http://www.slamonline.com Eboy

    nbk needs to play in a part of the country where making that face on a streetball court would wind up getting his jaw broken.

  • http://thetroyblog.com Teddy-the-Bear

    @ Off The Backboard: I can’t believe I actually read the piece you linked your name to, but all I have to say is… who cares? He was at a club and partied, and in the casino he was pretending to play basketball. I pretend to play basketball all the time–it’s a habit I’m sure many people have, to pretend to shoot jumpers or w/e when you’re not doing anything, or when you’re walking. That makes him a bad person?

  • http://Slamonline.com nbk

    If I’m makin that face in an open-run, it’s because I’m killin it.

  • http://nba.com GP23

    When I dunk I pull out the tounge like Michael did… (like every other kid did in america in the early 90′s, and probably still do now)

  • http://slamonline.com Allenp

    No NBK if you’re making the Kobe face at any time in life it’s because you’re a douche.
    Lol.

  • http://cnbc.com JTaylor21

    next person to do the kobe face while balling is getting shot, please believe that *Ice-T’s voice*

  • http://www.slamonline.com Eboy

    At least if you did the Big Balls dance, some dudes would laugh about it.

  • http://slamonline.com LakeShow

    What’s weird is I don’t even know what the “Kobe face” is… Jaw jut is pretty self explanatory, but what’s “Kobe face”?

  • http://cnbc.com JTaylor21

    Buzz Killington strikes again.

  • AQWORD

    ‘ …. and by the way s..k M. M………..g D..k. ! ‘ ICE T

  • http://slamonline.com Allenp

    Maybe if you pulled your lips off Kobe’s a)ss, you’d know the face we’re talking about…
    Sorry, I couldn’t resist that easy joke.

  • http://myspace.com/gametimeweezy Gametimeweezy

    Wow all of a sudden everybody got LeBrons back when last week no one could believe he was the #1 player in the league cuz he’s no good in the 4th or whatever… he didnt see her cuz he’s 6’8″??? lmao!!! That was a jerk move but hey thats the generation we live in. Twitter/facebook… just ignore them it makes you look cool. LeBron that was wack she was cheering for you got the sign and the whole nine… what no love??? Cmon son!!!

  • http://Slamonline.com nbk

    As long as I’m winnin (dominantly) I’ll be the biggest douche on earth.

  • http://www.twitter.com/_dfrance dfrance21

    Eboy where are these rough and tumble courts you speak of where people are always getting beat up?

  • http://www.funnyordie.com/videos/.../kobe-byrant-s-post-game-meltdown dfrance21

    LA Huey click my name for a demonstration of the Kobe Face.

  • http://www.slamonline.com Eboy

    Almost everyone I played in Jersey….several of the ones in NYC, Brooklyn and the Bronx. In Florida, try that s*it at the Gun Club courts in WPB, almost all of the ones in Riviera Beach, a few in Miami, a bunch in Boynton Beach and a handful in Pompano. I would still rather play street ball than any sort of rec league bulls*t in a gym in the suburbs. I don’t need to show off anymore, I just want the best competition I can get, and that’s in the urban areas.

  • http://slamonline.com nbk

    There places like that in Phoenix. Actually my freshman year of college a few of my teammates had a guy pulled a gun on them during a pickup game at a park because they were killin these older guys. (they said they were not talkin sh*t, but one of them has never played a game in his life where he didn’t tell you he was beating you while he was beating you, so I don’t believe that). There are courts everywhere that dudes get too sensitive or macho (whatever your perspective is).

  • http://slamonline.com nbk

    There is better hoop in gyms where I’m at, there are about 3 parks I know of with decent games, but the best runs are normally at colleges .

  • http://www.slamonline.com Eboy

    Pulling a gun over a basketball game is a b*tch move, though I’ve seen it too. The best thing I ever heard was a dude that said, after having a guy say he was “going to his car” after a bout of intense s*it talking, the pther dude said back “b*tch, you can’t even shoot a basketball right, how the fu*k are you going to shoot ME?” Man, I laughed my a*s off.

  • http://slamonline.com nbk

    My comment didn’t post (#blamealaska) so I’m gonna not type it all out again. I saw a 18 year old kid knock out some 30 somethin year old dude after a lengthy sh*t talking session that resulted in the kid droppin 9 of 11 on the old guy then when he guy kept talkin sh*t the kid knocked him clean out and walked away.

  • http://www.funnyordie.com/videos/.../kobe-byrant-s-post-game-meltdown dfrance21

    I don’t know I’ve played all over NYC and primarily in South Jamaica Queens and rarely have I seen dudes actually fight over trash talk. Usually if a dude is talking smack you try to shut him up by shutting him down and busting his azz ON the court. To me, if you punch a guy in the face because of a face or trash talk, you’re probably a sensative punk that sucks at basketball.

  • http://slamonline.com nbk

    no offense on the old guy thing old people. It was a typo, meant *older* guy.

  • http://www.slamonline.com Eboy

    You could be right dfrance or you’re playing in a mellow hood. I never played ball in Queens but I have people there and I never heard any roughneck stories about the games there. Didn’t Kobe punch Reggie Miller in the face? Would that make him “suck at basketball?” Shaq punched a couple of guys in the face. So did MJ. Larry Bird too. I think you might be a bit mild mannered, dfrance ! LOL

  • http://www.slamonline.com Eboy

    If a 30 year old man got knocked out by a teenager, he deserves that sh*t.

  • http://slamonline.com LakeShow

    Naw, Hilarious sh*t AllenP, keep those original gems coming. Pheww sooo funny.

  • http://slamonline.com nbk

    This wasn’t your average teenager lol. Kid was like 6’3″ 205. on his way to go play in college

  • Mburb321

    As a Kobe fan I can tell you that almost EVERY TIME he does the crowd silencer,mutombo finger wave, or big balls dance we lose, its bad luck! Finley at the buzzer, and Battier’s corner 3 are still fresh in my memory. Brons little push up whenever he gets hit is unnecessary, and Westbrooks 3 goggles that he puts in his imaginary holsters also drives me crazy. And guns at the court?? you guys must be playing in QB where dudes are getting stabbed with table legs..

  • http://www.bulls.com Enigmatic

    Most of my comments haven’t been posting.
    #blamealaska indeed.
    BTW, SLAM, Mario Chalmers is supposedley gonna organize a game up here in Anchorage with other NBA players.
    If you want someone to cover it for y’all, get at me :D

  • LA Huey

    dfrance, I’m guessing that was meant for LakeShow. I’m pretty familiar with the NBA’s signature taunts.

  • http://slamonline.com nbk

    idk, almost half the people i know out here have a gun on them or in their car 24/7. So just about every gym/court in Phoenix probably has a gun in pretty close proximity.

  • http://espn.go.com/mens-college-basketball/story/_/id/7207951/ncb-derrick-rose-kyrie-irving-37-other-players-nba-one-year-rule-espn-magazine Allenp

    I argued with somebody the other day about “love for the game” versus the money, and I said that all the athletes I knew were ALWAYS thinking about the money.
    Anyway, click my name for a list of them saying exactly that.

  • LA Huey

    Sure, Enig. Cover it for us.

  • http://cnbc.com JTaylor21

    No one in the right mind is going all the way up to alaska to play in an exhibition game unless Sarah Palin is at the airport to “receive” them.

  • http://www.bulls.com Enigmatic

    Sure, JTaylor.
    Cause Anchorage is further away than Europe and the Phillipines and colder than places like Chicago and Minny.
    GTFOH

  • http://cnbc.com JTaylor21

    Damn, Enigmatic. It was a playful jab, sheeeeeeeeit.

  • http://www.bulls.com Enigmatic

    Apparently that came off as me being upset.
    Nah, it’s not like that.
    We good.
    Someone needs to invent a sarcasm tab for the computer.
    Or we should be given an option of having our comments written in Comic Sans font when we’re being sarcastic.
    And JTaylor, your obsession with nailin’ Palin is kind of unsettling.
    LOL

  • http://www.bulls.com Enigmatic

    But the Alaska clowning did get a little stale about a year ago.
    I been living here two years now, y’all. I’ve heard it all.

  • T-Money

    Wow, I didn’t know that BJ Mullens grew up in the struggle like that.

  • http://Slamonline.com nbk

    I will never stop clowning Alaska. If you live there, I’m goin after it.

  • kantankruz

    I’m guessing she had LeBron is an A__hole on her little sign.

  • Ballislove

    LOL ^

  • Robb

    “He was looking up. And he’s 6’8″. Really think he is gonna see that women standing below his face? Lol come on people.” It’s called peripheral vision.

  • http://Slamonline.com nbk

    Yeah, you looking for high fives that are lower than you out of the corner of your eye when your staring up at thousands of people?

  • http://thetroyblog.com Teddy-the-Bear

    It’s really lame when people start fist-fighting during pick-up games. I mean, I can see why some people would get heated but there’s never a reason to punch someone out, much less pull a gun over a freaking pick-up game…
    That being said, when I was a kid basketball really brought out the worst of my aggression. Every single fight I ever had in Jr. High was somehow related to basketball. Either that or some other kind of sport, like discus. Not that I got into fights routinely, but still… Sports just do that to you sometimes especially when you’re a kid.

  • andy

    wow nobody cares about the slightly tardish layup KD did at the start of the video? lol

  • #6marjons

    isn’t that delonte west’s girlfriend?

  • https://plus.google.com/photos/106403650426394352312/albums/posts davidR

    i wanna say about 90% of fights in a pickup game start from a hard foul

  • Dnelly

    Honestly I am not a Lebron fan, prefer Kobe but this hate is crazy! All I see when I watch this is an awesome dunk!!!! lets not forget he was playing at a charity game he didnt have to be there. I cant imagine the highlights if he did a dunk contest I mean that was from the dotted line and he didnt even try!

  • Dnelly

    oh yeah… and heres a really off topic question can jordan still say for the love of the game LOL and what do you think his stance in the lockout will do as far as players wearing his shoes??

  • GC6

    Jordan is the greatest player ever but the worst Gm ever the balance of the universe is restored.

  • the bugg

    i see absolutely nothing wrong with this. very pointless video. lift your game slam.

  • http://espn.go.com/mens-college-basketball/story/_/id/7207951/ncb-derrick-rose-kyrie-irving-37-other-players-nba-one-year-rule-espn-magazine Allenp

    What the hell is “discus” Teddy?

  • http://www.fiba.com Darksaber

    Ancient greek olympic discipline, like shotput, Allenp.
    Modern track&field athletes throw that disc damn far.

  • bigmike100

    lebron cold lol

  • Jeff

    why is everyone neglecting the look on Lebron’s face like there is something more than just a regular fan in the seats, it look like someone he knew, or a stalker. i’m not a a Lebron fan but his body language said “i know you and i don’t like that you are here right now.”

  • Myron Lomonaco

    Wow you got to be kidding me, people find the smallest stuff about LeBron to talk about SMH!!!

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