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LeBron has changed positions. He's now a shortstop.
Quote from Doc Rivers after those '10 Celtics lost their second straight home game (Spurs, Thunder) in late March:
I've been mesmerized by the memory of this pass all night. It shouldn't be possible.
Certainly wasn't expecting Oden to be making plays like this so soon:
"Hi, Jared. How did you like Ohio State? I took a physics class there. Learned about displacement."
Amid all the excitement about Oden's return, easy to forget that Wade and LeBron did this tonight:
Have friends or family in Miami that missed Warriors-Heat? Show them this Curry three and call it a night:
Speaking of shooting percentage in the restricted area, look who's right behind LeBron:
Focus will rightly be on scoring, but Bosh was also making defensive plays that separate him from other PF's:
And then once LeBron is feeling good about things, he makes passes like this twice in one possession:
Want to teach your kids Geometry? Put LeBron's passes in the textbook:
LeBron doesn't jump pass, he just hits (Right>Down>Down-Right) + Y.
Should LeBron ever starts taking requests to cover iconic shots, I'm voting for Wilt's Finger Rolls:
Suppose this is the risk of not doubling LeBron, but those are pretty tough shots:
And so LeBron said, 'I dub thee, The Fastball Special'.
Thought this Oladipo pass was pretty great.
Be honest, when you first watch this possession who do you think the ball is going to?
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Focused on defense in that Beasley piece since it takes precedence, but passes like this aren't going to hurt:
Many of us probably would have done the same thing as Redick:
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