Ms. LeBron needs sympathy, a Havard sensation in New York, and some sick All-Star kicks for the League’s top players are released. It’s the Association Bills, in harmony.
Shutup LeBron. You don’t have to apologize to anyone for the tweet sent out referring to Blake Griffin’s posterizing dunk over Kendrick Perkins.
Watch the video:
But, in responding to a reporter’s question about the tweet, LeBron opened a can of worms:
“I’m an easy target; if someone wants to get a point across — just throw Lebron’s name in there,” James said. “You could be watching cartoons with your kids and you don’t like it, you say, ‘Blame it on LeBron.’ If you go to the grocery store and they don’t have the milk that you like, you just say, ‘It’s LeBron’s fault.”
Just stop it. Hold the comments. Play basketball.
Meet Jeremy Lin
New York is quickly falling in love with their new Ivy League point guard. Wednesday @ Washington marked Lin’s 3rd straight game with 20+ points. What’s more impressive? Lin has won three straight games for the laughingstock Knicks…WITHOUT Carmelo Anthony and Amare Stoudemire. Now, I am not dumb enough to forget how good those two are, but Lin’s emergence is providing the Knicks a ball handler.
Get this…according to the NY Daily News, Lin’s outburst has raised the average price of a Knicks ticket 13%, up to $312.51
That’s right. No Amare, no Carmelo and the MSG is raking on the hype of Jeremy Lin.
It might be new to NY, but not Lin. Lin finished his collegiate career as the first player in the history of the Ivy League to record at least 1,450 points (1,483), 450 rebounds (487), 400 assists (406) and 200 steals (225).
He just might save Mike D’Antoni’s job … and the Knicks team in 2011.
On a somber note, Amare Stoudemire is mourning the death of his brother Hazell.
Hazell Stoudemire died after the SUV he was driving slammed into the back of a trailer in Lake Wales, Florida. Amare will not return to the team until Monday. New York plays Los Angeles Friday and Minnesota Saturday.
Finally, some kicks for thought.
Nike has officially released details on the All-Star lineup of shoes for its most high-profile athletes–Kobe, LeBron, and KD.