It's no secret that LeBron James is having issues with the LeBron 11, specifically in the toe box area. Throughout this season, James has been wearing the LeBron X, which is a much better fit.
The Nike LeBron 11 game kicks are differ from the retail pairs; James uses custom orthotic insoles. Still, its mind boggling that he's experiencing all this discomfort mid-season; considering he is deeply involved in the design process. LeBron spoke out;
NBA players are a lot like stocks, constantly going up and down in value. Each year, some players inevitably take a turn for the worse, as age, injuries or complacency set in. Let's take a look at some players who are in danger of falling off this upcoming season.
Oct 13, 2013 | 9,289 Views
Oct 13, 2013 at 06:15pm
While we waited yesterday for the NBA conference, specifically, Adam Silver, to announce what would be Donald Sterling's punishment for his reprehensible racist remarks, we decided to examine just how deep-rooted his hatred is. This may not come as a surprise.
An arduous 82 game regular season brings with it many surprises and disappointments. For every breakout player, there's at least one who didn't live up to expectations. There's several contributing factors to a disappointing season: age sets in, uncooperative coaches, and especially injuries - players who came back "healthy" but showed ill effects.
Ball Over All counts down the 10 (OK, technically 12) players who disappointed fans, coaches, and even themselves by severely under performing this summer.
The NBA has grown exponentially in the past 25 years on multiple levels. On a macro level, by expanding their brand to a global audience and adding franchises. On a micro level, by implementing replays and allowing for zone defenses.