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LeBron James has become the first player in NBA history to record 30 points, 8 rebounds, 8 assists and shoot at least 90% from the field. As his hairline(whats left) I am very proud of him.


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Best player in the

Best player in the world.....seriously nothing that man does anymore suprises me.

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I almost had to flag that as

I almost had to flag that as offensive...how did they barely beat the Bobcats with a performance like that...I have a better question as well...If you shoot 90% why are you only taking the 3rd most shots on your team?

Bosh took 4 more shots than Lebron in 8 less minutes. Wade took 5 more and only made half as many...I know the defense was geared to shut him down but this looks strange to me...

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Only LeBron James can have a

Only LeBron James can have a performance never done before and still get criticized for not shooting enough.

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I am not really criticizing

I am not really criticizing him as much as his teammates. He is the best finisher in the league...they should be looking to get him the ball like he does for them. Wade does a good job of it usually but Bosh rarely passes and would much rather prefer to shoot an 18 foot jump shot.

I didn't even watch the game...I am just saying the stat line looks strange.

LeBron is without a doubt the best player in the world...I am not a hater.

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I know, LeBron is breaking

I know, LeBron is breaking records faster than his hairline is receding.

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It does bring up the

It does bring up the question, should he play more selfishly? Personally I don't think so, his passing surrounded by shooters is such a difference maker.. But I sure wouldn't complain if he tried to play with even more aggressiveness..

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tonight he looked like you

tonight he looked like you were holding down the turbo button in the video game. he does that a lot.

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As a Miami fan and having

As a Miami fan and having watched every Heat game this season i can say i would love to see him be just a tiny bit more selfish. That being said he does tend to make the correct basketball play the majority of the time and his passing is phenomenal but it can get frustrating watching the rest of the team brick shot after shot when the shooters are running cold.

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He took what they gave him

Seriously, watched most of the game and LeBron was mainly driving with of course incredible efficiency. Honestly, his only miss was on a pretty close lay-up where he was trying to draw a foul on Bismack Biyombo. Definitely felt like he was fouled on that play as well, just didn't get the call. Otherwise, was another game where the Heat beyond LeBron were not playing exceptionally well. Been quite a few of them this season.

A tad disheartening to see them keep it this close with a team they should in all reality destroy, just seems to be their MO for the most part. Dwyane Wade had a great rebounding day, did not shoot very well. Chris Bosh had a nice shooting day, only grabbed 4 rebounds. LeBron took over when it mattered to put it out of reach. Sort of the theme to their regular season. Hope they bring it during the play-offs. My guess is, if they are healthy, they will be a very tough out.

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Great Shooting Performance

Great Shooting Performance from Bron Bron. For a man to only attempt 14 shots, and get 31 points along with 8 assists and 8 rebounds is absolutely extraordinary.

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I think last night had many

I think last night had many examples of how I think Lebron will be post Uber athleticism. Did you see all the post moves he made to score? He was awesome last night. I think he may end up more of a full time PF when he is older. I think he will be a dominant force on the low block. Even in his mod 30s he will be very athletic especially at the 4. I think he will be on that block a lot and making plays.

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Phenomenal game! I think he's still the MVP. KD has lifted his game a little, but Lebron has lifted his game also. If his teammates knock down shots when the time comes, They'll be repeating as NBA Champs this season. But thats a BIG "IF".... While he's so consistent offensively and defensively, his teammates are a roll of the dice. Honestly it may not even be the case, Lebron may just be so efficient that everybody else looks less efficient than they really are. But Wade cant have 5-17 shooting nights and Bosh cant have nights where he get 3rebounds.

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can't call that great SHOOTING

I agree that was a GREAT performance, but man , how many jumpshots did he make?
LeBron is supposed to make those open layups and dunks.
Sorry guys, I just can't call that a great shooting night.

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thank you...lebron is great, but he was suppose to have a night like this against the bobcats.
every shot he attempted was within 5 feet of the rim, and gearld henderson who's like 6'5 was the primary guy guarding him.

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