Even LeBron can’t help but take a few social media quizzes.
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The free-spending Los Angeles Dodgers, who offered Zack Greinke $160 million over five years, were outbid by the Arizona Diamondbacks’ offer of $206 million over six years. Normally, this would be a devastating blow for any die-hard fan of the Boys in Blue. But I’m an optimist who sees the extra $7.6 million over the
Whenever an athlete of note announces his retirement, the conversation flows to the next phase of his life. Some recently retired NBA stars, like Shaquille O’Neal and Jason Kidd, have followed in the footsteps of greats before them, going directly into the broadcasting or coaching ranks. Kobe Bryant is now in the process of choosing
Imagine you and your friend sat down to discuss a simple basketball question: Who is better—Carmelo Anthony or LeBron James? Basketball fans could spend hours debating a question like this. But let’s say you invited me to come along for the discussion. At first, this might seem like a good idea. My co-authors and I
When the Miami Heat signed LeBron James and Chris Bosh as free agents in 2010, it was a pretty big deal in basketball circles. People thought some wholesale change toward “superteams” would have to occur, and critics saw it as the death knell of “parity” in the NBA (a league in which two franchises, the