LeBron James, the greatest basketball player in the world, correctly stated that he was the greatest basketball player in the world after his Cleveland Cavaliers lost to the Golden State Warriors in Game 5 of the NBA Finals on Sunday.
LeBron James has plenty of endorsements, including his own flavor of Sprite, and now there’s a pair of Nike LeBron 12s to commemorate his time in the soft drink world. The “Sprite” theme has been strong in LeBron’s signature line with Nike, and the world of sneaker influencers received a special package today courtesy of Nike, Sprite, and Beats by Dre.
As King James and the Cleveland Cavaliers assemble for the 2014-15 postseason, Nike Basketball has once again upgraded his signature sneaker for playoff prowess.
As we just told you, today is the 15th anniversary of Kobe Bryant‘s, er, “classic” fight with Knicks player Chris Childs. And while Kobe’s probably not celebrating it, he does have one other thing to celebrate today.
From a physical standpoint, LeBron James is already a freak NBA player. There are very few people out there who can move as quickly, muscle through defenders as easily, and fly as gracefully as James can, at 6’8″ and 250 pounds. Now, let’s add another layer to that discussion and talk about his skills. During today’s game against the Milwaukee Bucks, ‘Bron ‘Bron decided to practically flick the ball towards the basket after a whistle was blown by the referee and it was nothing but net.