37 points, 12 rebounds and the game-sealing jumper. What else can you say? LeBron James is, indeed, The King.
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Let me start the drama classic performance he grew up under the pressure had the long ball and midrange clicking and btw what did Kobe do his last game 7 just interested
C’mon man, absolutely no need to start drama. Miami won, celebrate the victory but don’t rub it in other people’s faces.
Been 3 seasons since Kobe and the Lakers were in the Finals. Heat have been to the last 3 and won 2 of them. No need to bring up Kobe unless someone else starts it. Right now though, it’s just about LeBron and the Heat.
Lebron averages 35 in game 7s and that man isnt clutch? FOH!!!
No sympathy for an enemy or opponent if the Heat lose that game the vitriol and hate for Bron would be ridiculous f**k being humble that’s for the losers
Someone always does though don’t they smh
His jump shot coming back last night was HUGE to say the least. What a great performance.
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Except that LeBron and the entire Heat organization were nothing but humble last night after the win.
Better men then me after 3 consecutive years of irrational hate I would’ve told America suck my d**k
yeah, spurs stuck to their game plan. lebron hit 5 threes, battier who couldn’t hit a thing for weeks got HOT and wade found his midrange and post game. not much u can do
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