Finally, there may be a team that can outlast LeBron James

Ross Houston
June 15, 2017

Game even stated LeBron falls behind MJ and The Black Mamba on the G.O.A.T. list. It's just not my time.

Rajon Rondo, Jimmy Butler, Dwyane Wade: Just to watch the terrible body language of the two players who don't have the ball at a given moment. That's why James rarely fails to give propers where they are due - and why he shouted out the WNBA in his postgame presser.

Jordan and Johnson's names came to James without any hesitation when asked by The Associated Press which past greats he would like to play with. LeBron James, the three-time National Basketball Association champion and four-time MVP, said the idea was "great" for the sport but suggested he would not be involved. "For us to be able to add another category to the Olympics, another basketball category, I think it's pretty great".

LeBron knows where to find summer hoops! The BIG3, an eight-team league featuring former National Basketball Association players, is set to kick off on June 25.

While James won't be partaking in the new sport for himself, he did acknowledge that the addition of 3-on-3 basketball is a step forward for the sport as a whole. Sometimes, I get the impression that James primarily doesn't want to deal with it sometimes, so he deflects and makes things more hard than perhaps they need to be. So they did a good job of - a great job, their front office and their players - by doing that recruiting, the things that they did in the summertime, and obviously it paid dividends. The Cavs made just 12 of their 44 three-pointers, including 3-for-18 on corner three-pointers and it took big shots from Klay Thompson and Kevin Durant at the end of Game 3 while the Cavs stumbled.

TMZ asked The Game about LBJ, and the Los Angeles resident said the Cleveland Cavalier All-Star tarnished his legacy with the loss. And again, it's just a term, not a criticism.

As the final seconds began to tick off the clock in game five of the NBA Finals on Monday night, LeBron James stood under the basket and looked up, oblivious to the action going on behind him.

During a press conference over the weekend, The Associated Press asked LeBron James who he would pick to be on his 3-on-3 team and James immediately named two National Basketball Association legends. That could set up the Warriors to maintain the level of play they had this year for the next three or four years.

Eventually, the Warriors will get hit with age-related decline, a massive luxury tax bill or some of the unfortunate injury randomness teams tend to experience.

This is an unprecedented collection of talent that we haven't seen on one team since there wasn't a three-point line on the floor yet.

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