LeBron passing MJ was a dud
LeBron James passed his childhood idol Michael Jordan to move into fourth place on the all-time NBA scoring list, but the landmark moment was another giant L.A. dud for LeBron, and was punctuated with another disappointing home loss to the Nuggets.
Colin thinks the lack of specialness comes from LeBron’s seeming lack of effort to form a connection with teammates, or the city of Los Angeles. The result was a night that should have felt big, felt really small.
– Antonio Brown will disappear once he’s traded
– No heir apparent to LeBron as face of the NBA
Doug Gottlieb – FS1 Analyst and Host of The Doug Gottlieb Show, Brian Scalabrine – NBA Champion with the Celtics , DeAngelo Hall – FS1 NFL Analyst and former Pro Bowl Cornerback, Peter Schrager – Fox Sports NFL Insider, and Enes Kanter – Portland Trailblazers Center