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January 19, 2013

LeBron James has proved he is one of the greatest players in National Basketball Association history and passed the 20,000 point mark this week. I think James has a very real chance to challenge the NBA scoring record held by Kareem Abdul-Jabbar. James became the youngest player to reach 20,000 and if he can keep up his scoring for the next five to seven years, the possibility is definitely there.

James is a player that is difficult to stop for any player and he has shown that even after moving to the Miami Heat. I think the next big step for James would be to see where he is at when he reaches 30,000 points. If James can be at 30,000 points by the age of 33, I think that he will break the scoring record. James just turned 28 in December and he probably will have to play until he is 38 or 39 to have any chance for the record.

I feel confident that James will make it into his mid-30s but maybe not 38 or 39. The drive to at least pass Michael Jordan on the scoring list will keep James in the game longer. James could end his career being a better player than Jordan which would be high praise from me as I think Jordan is the best player in NBA history. I want to see James get close to the record at the least and breaking the record would just be icing on the cake for me. While fans hated the decision, James is showing that all that negative publicity isn’t hurting him in filling the hoop up.

from:  http://www.rantsports.com/nba/2013/01/19/lebron-james-has-chance-at-nba-scoring-record/?QOlIvxI2tAvjFErs.99

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LeBron natal chart

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LeBron James was born on December 30th, 1984 (time of birth unknown) in Akron, Ohio according to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lebron_james

December 30th, 1984

12 + 30 +1+9+7+5 = 64 = his life lesson = Avoiding winter by moving to Miami.  All is not lost.  Things snowball.

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December 30th, 1984

December 30th

12 + 30 +2+0+1+2 = 47 = his personal year (from December 30th, 2012 to December 29th, 2013) = Famous.  Internationally known.  Legacy.

47 year + 1 (January) = 48 = his personal month (from January 30th, 2013 to February 28th, 2013) = A man on a mission.  Doing what he was born to do.

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using the number/letter grid:

 
1      2      3       4       5       6      7      8      9
A      B     C       D       E       F      G      H      I
J      K      L      M      N       O      P      Q      R
S      T      U      V      W      X      Y      Z

Where:

A = 1              J = 1              S = 1

B = 2              K = 2             T = 2

C = 3              L = 3             U = 3

D = 4              M = 4            V = 4

E = 5              N = 5            W = 5

F = 6              O = 6             X = 6

G = 7              P = 7             Y = 7

H = 8              Q = 8             Z = 8

I = 9               R = 9

 

 

LeBron James

352965 11451                42

 

his path of destiny = 42 = Beloved.  Everybody loves LeBron James.

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              United States' Lebron James, center, is congratulated by teammates Kevin Durant, right, and Kevin Love, bottom, after slamming a dunk in a men's basketball semifinal game against Argentina at the 2012 Summer Olympics, Friday, Aug. 10, 2012, in London. (AP Photo/Victor R. Caivano)

Collins, finishing up his fourth year as NBC’s Olympic basketball analyst, said he believes the U.S. Dream Team from the 1992 Barcelona Games would beat the current United States team in a hypothetical matchup. The 1992 team’s front line is too imposing, he said.

With each sport having different rules concerning amateurism, Olympians return to varied lifestyles.

The more important matter at hand for the U.S. team is the gold-medal game Sunday against Spain. Spain has a solid front line, too, but will succeed or fail on the strength of its guard play, Collins said.

The Americans are “close to where they want to be, but all of the pressure is on them to win the gold medal,” he said. “Otherwise, it’s going to be a failure for them. They know that. It’s gold or bust for them.”

Collins is happy for a day off between games because his day job keeps him pretty busy. The current Philadelphia 76ers head coach has watched from London as the 76ers participated in a four-team megadeal that landed Andrew Bynum from the L.A. Lakers while sending Andre Iguodala to Denver.

Michael Jordan once said that participating on the Dream Team helped him learn some weaknesses of his All-Star teammates, things that he could exploit in later games. Collins said he knows the current players pretty well. The advantage to his analyst’s job comes in getting to know some of the international players, and evaluate whether they could play in the NBA.

Being a current coach also brings him fresh material for his analyst’s role.

“A big part of the Olympics is being able to story tell and to make it personal,” he said, “so you know these guys by more than just their numbers.”

The strength of the U.S. team this year is its versatility, with so many players able to operate all over the court. The team has proven to be explosive offensively when the 3-point shots are falling. Collins said he always believed the team’s supposed weakness in the front court was overstated since the U.S. has steadily outrebounded foes.

from:  http://www.washingtonpost.com/sports/olympics/olympic-viewing-collins-anticipates-mens-basketball-gold-medal/2012/08/11/aecd1102-e430-11e1-89f7-76e23a982d06_story.html

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LeBron James was born on December 30th, 1984 according to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lebron_james

December 30th, 1984

December 30th

12 + 30 +2+0+1+1 = 46 = his personal month (from December 30th, 2011 to December 29th, 2012) = Making history.

Six of Cups Tarot card

46 year + 7 (July) = 53 = his personal month (from July 30th, 2012 to August 29th, 2012) = Having a warrior spirit.

Knight of Swords Tarot card

53 + 12 (12th of the month on Sunday August 12th, 2012) = 65 = his personal day = Worldly success.  On top of the world.

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Friday, 06.22.12

Music blared and confetti fell, the only celebration LeBron James really wanted in Miami.

Not that one two summers ago, the welcoming rally where he boasted of multiple titles, perhaps without realizing how hard it would be to win just one.

He dreamed of this moment, with teammates surrounding him and the NBA championship trophy beside him.

“You know, my dream has become a reality now, and it’s the best feeling I ever had,” James said.

James had 26 points, 11 rebounds and 13 assists, leading the Miami Heat in a 121-106 rout of the Oklahoma City Thunder on Thursday night to win the NBA Finals in five games.

Ripped and ridiculed for the way he announced he was leaving Cleveland and taking his talents to South Beach, it’s all worth it now for James.

Best player in the game. Best team in the league.

And now, NBA champion.

“I’m happy now that eight years later, nine years later since I’ve been drafted, that I can finally say that I’m a champion, and I did it the right way,” James said. “I didn’t shortcut anything. You know, I put a lot of hard work and dedication in it, and hard work pays off. It’s a great moment for myself.”

And for his teammates, who watched the Dallas Mavericks celebrate on their floor last year.

James left the game along with Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh for good with 3:01 remaining for a round of hugs and the start for a party he’s been waiting for since arriving in the NBA out of high school as the No. 1 pick of the 2003 draft. James hopped up and down in the final minutes, shared a long hug with opponent Kevin Durant, and then soaked in the “MVP! MVP! chants during the raucous postgame.

“I wanted to become a champion someday,” James said. “I didn’t know exactly when it would happen, but I put in a lot of hard work.”

He was a choker last year, the guy who came up small in the fourth quarter, mocked for “shrinking” in the moment while playing with what he called “hatred” in trying to prove his critics wrong.

He came to Miami seeking an easier road to the finals but found it tougher than he expected, the Heat coming up empty last year and nearly getting knocked out in the Eastern Conference finals this time by Boston. Facing elimination there, James poured in 45 points on the road to force a Game 7 and the Heat won it at home.

“It was the hardest thing I’ve ever done as a basketball player,” James said. “You just put a lot of hard work into it and you hope that one day it will pay off for you.”

This time, with a chance to clinch, the Heat took control in the second quarter, briefly lost it and blew the game open again in the third behind their role players, James content to pass to wide-open 3-point shooters while the Thunder focused all their attention on him.

The disappointment of losing to Dallas in six games a year ago vanished in a blowout of the demoralized Thunder, who got 32 points and 11 rebounds from Durant.

Bosh and Wade, the other members of the Big Three who sat alongside James as he promised titles at his Miami welcoming party, both had strong games. Bosh, who wept as the Heat left their own court after losing Game 6 last year, finished with 24 points and Wade scored 20. The Heat also got a huge boost from Mike Miller, who made seven 3-pointers and scored 23 points.

That all made it easier for James, the most heavily scrutinized player in the league since his departure from Cleveland, when he announced he was “taking his talents to South Beach” on a TV special called “The Decision” that was criticized everywhere from water coolers to the commissioner’s office. James has said he wishes he handled things differently, but few who watched the Cavs fail to assemble championship talent around him could have argued with his desire to depart.

from:  http://www.miamiherald.com/2012/06/22/2862623/champs-james-triple-double-lifts.html

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LeBron James was born on December 30th, 1984 according to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/LeBron_James

December 30th, 1984

12 + 30 +1+9+8+4 = 64 = his life lesson = Finally!

Ten of Swords Tarot card

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June 9, 2012

The rally was brash and ostentatious. Three towering figures rose above the fray, declaring their supremacy in bold, broad strokes. The Miami Heat were flexing and preening again, but with an authority and substance that no one, not even the Boston Celtics, could deny.

6-9-12

A Day With No Timeouts

Saturday was a day like no other with many world-class sporting events scheduled, including several in the New York metropolitan area. From the French Open and Euro 2012 in Europe to the Subway Series and the Adidas Grand Prix in New York City, it was a great day to be a sports fan.

Boston Celtics’ Ray Allen, left, and Paul Pierce look up at the scoreboard as the Celtics fall behind the Miami Heat during the second half of Game 7.

LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh — who united in one infamous rally 23 months ago, making lofty promises that would define their character and their careers — united for a furious rally on the court late Saturday night, winning, 101-88, in Game 7 to clinch the Eastern Conference finals and earn a trip to the N.B.A. finals, where they will meet the Oklahoma City Thunder. The series begins Tuesday in Oklahoma City.

James, Wade and Bosh scored all 28 of the Heat’s points in the fourth quarter, turning a tie game into a rout in the final minutes.

James played all 48 minutes and saved his best for the final ones, scoring 11 of his 31 points in the fourth quarter. Bosh, again playing off the bench, had 19 points, 8 in the fourth. Wade scored 9 of his 23 points in the final period.

So the Miami Superfriends are heading to their second straight finals, with a chance to erase the bitter memory of last year’s loss to the Dallas Mavericks.

This was N.B.A. Darwinism at its most vivid. One power rises as another fades. The Celtics created their superstar alliance in 2007, won a championship in 2008 and made two trips to the finals in their first three seasons. The Heat created a carbon copy in 2010 and promptly became the Celtics’ greatest roadblock in returning to the finals.

Now comes the almost-inevitable breakup in Boston, leaving the Heat to lord over the Eastern Conference.

Paul Pierce, Kevin Garnett and Ray Allen are heading for a possible split, their title hopes derailed for the second straight year by a younger, bouncier Big Three. Allen, nearly 37, and Garnett, 36, will be free agents next month, and their futures are uncertain.

The fourth quarter opened with the score deadlocked at 73-73, the Heat having overcome an 8-point deficit in the third. James had not rested for a single minute. He twice broke loose for thundering dunks early in the fourth, electrifying an anxious crowd.

James, who had played a patient game to that point, then unloaded. He drove and dished to Bosh for a 3-pointer, Bosh’s third of the game. James followed with a tough running jumper and then a deep 3-pointer of his own, for a 91-84 lead, Miami’s largest to that point.

Moments later, Wade’s runner made it a 9-point game with 3 minutes 23 seconds to play, and the building began to rumble in anticipation. The Celtics never recovered.

Pierce, Garnett and Allen had played six previous Game 7s, winning four of them. James had played in two previous Game 7s during his tenure with the Cleveland Cavaliers and lost both, including one in Boston in 2008.

This Game 7 had the potential to define an era for two franchises.

“These are the moments that the players will remember when they rest their head on their pillows 20 years from now,” Miami Coach Erik Spoelstra said before tip-off.

It was a moment of truth for both teams, with unambiguous stakes: for the aging Celtics, to make one more run at the title, and for the young Heat, to quiet a legion of skeptics, who remain unsold on their championship mettle.

This moment arrived because James forced it, with a transcendent, 45-point, 15-rebound effort in Game 6. In the wake of that effort, James made a vow: “I won’t regret Game 7.” He was unclear on the specifics.

Rajon Rondo paced the Celtics for most of the game, as he had for most of the series, and finished with 22 points and 14 assists. Pierce again struggled from the field (7 for 18), scoring 19 points.

The Heat fell behind by 9 points in the first quarter, tied the score early in the second and then watched the Celtics build an 11-point advantage, mostly because of Miami’s own sloppy play. The Heat had 10 turnovers in the first half — 6 by James, Wade and Bosh — leading to 14 points for the Celtics, who took a 53-46 lead into halftime.

During introductions, the Celtics’ starters did not wait for their names to be called. They rushed onto the court as a group, joining their teammates in a happy, hopping little dance in the paint.

Few expected the Celtics to even get this far — not after losing 15 of their first 32 games this season, not after late-season injuries to Pierce and Allen, and certainly not after losing the first two games of this series.

“They’ve been told all year what they can’t do,” Coach Doc Rivers said before tip-off, “and I think that’s made them want to more in certain ways.”

from:  http://www.nytimes.com/2012/06/10/sports/basketball/nba-playoffs-heat-beat-celtics-to-reach-finals.html

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LeBron James was born on December 30th, 1984 according to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lebron_james

December 30th, 1984

December 30th

12 + 30 +2+0+1+1 = 46 = his personal year (from December 30th, 2011 to December 29th, 2012) = Historic.  Making history,

Six of Cups Tarot card

46 year + 5 (May) = 51 = his personal month (from May 30th, 2012 to June 29th, 2012) = Formidable.

King of Swords Tarot card

51 year + 9 (9th of the month on Saturday June 9th, 2012) = 60 = his personal day = Making progress.  Moving forward.

Six of Swords Tarot card

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Civil rights activist Jesse Jackson criticized Cleveland Cavaliers ...

7:23 p.m. CDT, July 11, 2010

Jesse Jackson criticized Cavaliers owner Dan Gilbert on Sunday, saying Gilbert sees LeBron James as a “runaway slave” and that the owner’s comments after the free-agent forward decided to join the Miami Heat put the player in danger.

Shortly after James announced his decision last week, Gilbert fired off an incendiary letter to Cleveland’s fans, ripping the 25-year-old and promising to deliver a title before James wins one. He called James’ decision “cowardly” and later told The Associated Press he believes James quit during a handful of Cavaliers playoff games.

“He has gotten a free pass,” Gilbert told the AP in a phone interview late Thursday night. “People have covered up for (James) for way too long. Tonight we saw who he really is.”

Jackson said Gilbert’s comments were “mean, arrogant and presumptuous.”

“He speaks as an owner of LeBron and not the owner of the Cleveland Cavaliers,” the reverend said in a release from his Chicago-based civil rights group, the Rainbow PUSH Coalition. “His feelings of betrayal personify a slave master mentality. He sees LeBron as a runaway slave. This is an owner employee relationship — between business partners — and LeBron honored his contract.”

Messages were left Sunday night seeking comment from Gilbert, the Cavaliers and James.

Jackson also called Gilbert’s comments an attack on all NBA players and said the owner should face a “challenge” from the league and the players’ association.

NBA spokesman Tim Frank declined comment.

from:  http://www.chicagotribune.com/sports/basketball/bulls/chi-ap-bkn-gilbert-jessejac,0,184462.story

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Jesse Jackson was born on October 8th, 1941 according to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jesse_jackson

October 8th

10 + 8 +2+0+0+9 = 29 = his personal year (from October 8th, 2009 to October 7th, 2010)

29 year + 7 (July) = 36 = his personal month (from July 8th, 2010 to August 7th, 2010) = Oppression.  Manager.

36 month + 11 (11th of the month on Sunday July 11th, 2010) = 47 = his personal day = Famous.  Name & fame.  Notoriety.  Name recognition.  (Inter)nationally known.  High profile.  VIP.  Well-known.  Household name.  Public life.  Limelight.  Legendary.  Notable.  Noteworthy. 

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using the number/letter grid:

1      2      3       4       5       6      7      8      9
A      B     C       D       E       F      G      H      I
J      K      L      M      N       O      P      Q      R 
S      T      U      V      W      X      Y      Z
 

Where:

A = 1              J = 1              S = 1

B = 2              K = 2             T = 2

C = 3              L = 3             U = 3

D = 4              M = 4            V = 4

E = 5              N = 5            W = 5

F = 6              O = 6             X = 6

G = 7              P = 7             Y = 7

H = 8              Q = 8             Z = 8

I = 9               R = 9

Jesse Jackson

1                  5

 

how he obstains/loses his heart’s desire = JN = 15 = Slaves.  Slavery.

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July 9, 2010, 1:10 am

Cleveland fans, you can still hold your heads high: The curse has been lifted!

Or so the Cavaliers owner Dan Gilbert asserts, in an open letter to “Cleveland, all of Northeast Ohio and Cleveland Cavaliers supporters wherever you may be tonight.”

While some in the city and state that once hailed LeBron James as “king” burned his jerseys, Gilbert promised a much brighter future while simultaneously chastising and berating James for his “cowardly betrayal” of his hometown fans.

“But the good news is that this heartless and callous action can only serve as the antidote to the so-called ‘curse’ on Cleveland, Ohio,” Gilbert wrote, noting that the “self-titled former ‘king” will be taking the bad luck and karma with him to South Beach.

With the “curse” on its way to Miami, Cleveland is now primed to win a championship, in Gilbert’s eyes. In all capital letters, in the middle of the letter, Gilbert made a vow to Cavaliers fans everywhere:

“I PERSONALLY GUARANTEE THAT THE CLEVELAND CAVALIERS WILL WIN AN NBA CHAMPIONSHIP BEFORE THE SELF-TITLED FORMER ‘KING’ WINS ONE.”

Cleveland, Gilbert says, won’t just live on, it will prosper. Its children won’t have the image of  a selfish role model draped over their arenas, and its front offices will be working harder than ever to win a championship against James.

James called the decision “tough” in his nationally televised interview with Jim Gray, claiming that he “never wanted to leave Cleveland,” but Gilbert doesn’t seem to believe him. In an interview with The Associated Press, Gilbert said that James gave far from his best effort in the 2010 playoffs.

”He quit,” Gilbert said. ”Not just in Game 5, but in Games 2, 4 and 6. Watch the tape. The Boston series was unlike anything in the history of sports for a superstar.”

While it probably didn’t shock too many fans in Cleveland, the reality of James’s exit was  clearly emotional. Gilbert probably realizes that the only way to resurrect and reaffirm Cleveland sports isn’t with another superstar signing. It’s with a championship.

But can Cleveland  win without James?

from:  http://offthedribble.blogs.nytimes.com/2010/07/09/gilbert-cavs-owner-calls-jamess-decision-a-betrayal/

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Dan Gilbert was born on January 17th, 1962 according to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dan_Gilbert_(businessman)

January 17th, 1962

1 + 17 +1+9+6+2 = 36 = his life lesson = what he is here to learn = Managing.  Delegating.  Pressing onward.  Oppressive.  Crushed.  Megalomaniac.  Heavy-handed.  Shouldering a heavy burden.  Feeling like the weight of the world is on your shoulders.  Shrugging your shoulders.  Bending over backwards.  Throwing your weight around.  Abuse of power.  

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January 17th

1 + 17 +2+0+1+0 = 21 = his personal year (from January 17th, 2010 to January 16th, 2011)

21 year + 6 (June) = 27 = his personal month (from June 17th, 2010 to July 16th, 2010)

27 month + 9 (9th of the month on Friday July 9th, 2010) = 36 = his personal day = Managing.  Delegating.  Pressing onward.  Oppressive.  Crushed.  Megalomaniac.  Heavy-handed.  Shouldering a heavy burden.  Feeling like the weight of the world is on your shoulders.  Shrugging your shoulders.  Bending over backwards.  Throwing your weight around.  Abuse of power.  

When his number (36 (1 + 17 +1+9+6+2 = 36)) comes up, that’s when he gets to live/experience what he is here to live/experience.  So today is HIS day!!!

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