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More Than a Game (Review)

Documentary tracks the pre-NBA exploits of LeBron James

0 Comments · Tuesday, October 13, 2009
Co-writer/director Kristopher Belman documents the rise of King James, beginning with the fateful and mythic assembly of his first-round table in Akron, Ohio. The pre-teen LeBron James hooks up with Dru Joyce (whose father coaches their first traveling AAU basketball team), Sian Cotton and Willie McGee and forges bonds of brotherhood lacking in his own upbringing with his single mother who was barely able to keep their family together. Grade: B.  

Aug. 19-25: Worst Week Ever!

0 Comments · Wednesday, August 26, 2009
The Cash for Clunkers program ended at 8 p.m. Aug. 24. It is survived by thousands of appreciative middle-class auto buyers, several hundred thousand tons of smashed SUVs and dozens of stimulus programs that no one has heard of.  

Kobe Bryant's Supporting Cast Will Bring Help Him to the NBA Title

0 Comments · Wednesday, June 10, 2009
The "LeBron vs. Kobe" NBA Finals are on the back burner for at least another year while the Cleveland Cavaliers figure out how to surround their star with championship support. In today's NBA, it turns out, no one can do it alone, not even LeBron James. It appears Kobe Bryant will beat James to the title, which shouldn't be too surprising. Bryant has a better team around him.  

LeBron James Poised to Become the World's Greatest Athlete

0 Comments · Wednesday, April 22, 2009
Does LeBron James want to be the greatest basketball player of all time? If he can pack away an NBA title with the Cleveland Cavaliers this spring at age 24, he's well on his way. Does James want to be a true multi-national, multi-platform billionaire media personality? He can be as rich and famous as he wants, especially if he jumps over to Europe for a couple or three years, takes the long green and really dominates the Euroleague just as easily as everyone knows he would.