TAG: Mario Chalmers
It is not a good idea to play LeBron James [We are all watching] in shooting games after practice. He will beat you. And he will make you pay for it.
Check out this video from Heat practice yesterday: LeBron beats Ray Allen and Mario Chalmers in a game of “Around the World.” The stakes? Pushups and the stated notion that they should be glad they weren’t playing for money: Read More »
From the weekend in case you missed it: On Saturday night the Miami Heat rolled the Sacramento Kings, 128-99. In the process, Mario Chalmers exploded for a career-high 34 points and a franchise-record 10 threes.
Watch this compilation of Mario’s buckets. The Kings should be ashamed of themselves – whether Chalmers has all day to set himself for a three or is completely free to coast to the basket with zero resistance, he’s playing H-O-R-S-E out there. We know there’s been lots of drama surround the Kings lately, but if you can’t get yourself to muster some effort against the Miami Heat in your own gym, we don’t know what to tell you. Read More »
If you were busy trying to breakdown Mike D’Antoni‘s gameplan, which consisted of the coach determining subs by using “Eeny, meeny, miny, moe,” you might’ve missed out on James Harden. He was only the best player on the floor by a mile in Houston’s 125-112 thrashing of the sinking Lakers, doing whatever he wanted on his way to 31 points, six rebounds and nine assists. Read More »
The past year was a good one for LeBron James and the Miami Heat. Championships. Rings. Respect. Fear. They hogged all the goodies. Christmas day was no different. Yesterday’s NBA Finals rematch in Miami between the Heat and Thunder was a rugged, physical battle. The refs were letting them play from the jump, and the physicality and a lack of superstar whistles got to the big names early. Read More »
LeBron James intercepts a pass and puts down the powerful slam assisted by Mario Chalmers on the fast break in today’s matchup between the Miami Heat and the Oklahoma City Thunder. Read More »
For as much work as Santa Claus put in last night, the sports world was undeniably quiet on Christmas Eve. Yeah, we were all busy watching Elf for the fifth time this week, and you were probably finishing off your seventh cheesecake of the holidays. But the NBA? College basketball? They were silent. We’re about a quarter of the way into the NBA season, and nothing is decided yet. Read More »
If you thought old age might calm down Kevin Garnett, you were wrong. He’s getting worse, and his famed intensity often has him acting stupid. Take last night for instance. Ray Allen and the Celtics were exchanging barbs all summer after Jesus left New England to take less money and live on South Beach. What originally started as a reported beef between Allen and Rajon Rondo escalated into Allen versus the entire team, with KG in the center of it. Read More »