Frustrated by the kid-glove treatment of white protestors, LeBron James opined that there are two America’s. His remarks oxygenate a myth. There is only one America. An often racist place but just one America.
Social justice is a two-letter word buried beneath the historic losses NBA owners have had to accept. They want their money back. Sooner rather than later.
LeBron James didn’t make Rich Paul. Rich Paul did that on his own.
Jeanie Buss believes in loyalty. She develops personal relationships with her players. She is often ridiculed and stereotyped. Now she is in the record books.
Wake me up when the Lakers win a title. Wait what? It’s been a decade??
LeBron has overcome a lot of challenges. But managing grief, keeping a franchise together, managing bubble life, and winning a title is more than he bargained for when he signed with the Lakers in 2018.
LeBron is 4 wins away from his greatest achievement. Nine months after Kobe’s death, he may reinvent the Lakers into champtions.
Can the Raptors repeat? Giannis or LeBron for Finals MVP? Melo getting his first ring?
Covid-19 and BLM protests have watered down the NBA restart. The NBA has lost its relevance. And yet, Lakers-Clippers is intriguing and worth the hype it will receive on opening night.
In a withering panorama of violence from city to city, and across the country, LeBron James dared to ask “Why doesn’t American Love Us”