LeBron James took to social media to show off one of the spoils of his success. The reward? There are too many to count, but this particular time it was to highlight a sweet, sweet pair of sneaks that is a product of his tenth signature shoe with Nike.
The Miami Heat are champions. That's right, LeBron James finally has his ring. How best to celebrate? Why, by dousing yourself and your teammates in champagne, of course. And how best to translate that scene into a memory fans will always remember? Add a soundrack from the timeless brilliance that is "Coming to America."Duh.
I have already said too much. Something this hilarios requires few words. Just go. Watch.
(h/t to Roy Burton of The Broadstreet Line podcast for spotting this amazingness)
Photo via BlackSportsOnline.com
So, there are a few positives I can hand to the Miami Heat's LeBron James about his accessorizing before Sunday's game against the Lakers.
Did you tune in to the ESPYs on Wednesday night? If not, don't you worry. It doesn't sound like many other people did, either. The awards show suffered its lowest ratings since 1995.
Evidently, only just under 2 million of us--1.94 million, to be exact-- bothered to tune in to the glitz and glam of the sports world. These numbers are down 24% from the show's viewership last year, when 2.61 million people tuned in.
Shaquille O'Neal loves his public. That is why he chose to issue the news of his retirement directly to them on Wednesday via Twitter.
Shaq is retiring from the NBA after 19 years. Anyone else feeling old, besides Shaq?
Mrs. James enjoying a rare moment of calm
The good news about the end of the football season is that the NFL isn't the only league chock full o' crazy this season. The NBA's drama started before the season even began, with LeBron's Decision. Actually, Lebron, the Miami Heat and the Cleveland Cavaliers have accounted for a good 50% of the NBA's drama. And that is a mild estimate.