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LeBron won't take Reggie's bait

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08:16 AM ET 05.03 | LeBron James declined to fire back at Reggie Miller, who questioned his reaching out to Hall of Famers Hakeem Olajuwon, Magic Johnson and Isiah Thomas. "This is one of the most physically gifted guys in our league," Miller said on TNT. "He left Cleveland, and he had every right to join one of the top five players in the league in Dwyane Wade along with Chris Bosh. Now he's reaching out to Hall of Famers to see what it takes to win? Enough is enough. Go out and actually do it on your own." ... James said he wasn't aware of Miller's comment, but that "it's good to have perspective from someone else's point of view" about the playoffs, "their championship runs, their playing days in general."

The Miami Herald

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May 3, 2012  08:37 AM ET

Durant is gonna win the MVP

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May 3, 2012  08:47 AM ET
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What bait is that? Miller is giving a great advice. If that's the bait then take it. He's stupid not to take the advice. LeChoke is missing one thing to make his legacy great which is a ring.

What's a ring that's won with no sweat or blood?

May 3, 2012  08:51 AM ET

I'm convinced LeFlake just isn't the sharpest knife in tthe drawer. If you need to ask someone what it takes to win, the answer wouldn't do you any good. You probably couldn't process the information anyway. Get a clue; it's basketball, not nuclear science.

May 3, 2012  08:56 AM ET
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I'm convinced LeFlake just isn't the sharpest knife in tthe drawer. If you need to ask someone what it takes to win, the answer wouldn't do you any good. You probably couldn't process the information anyway. Get a clue; it's basketball, not nuclear science.

Lebron is stupid. His brain is washed up like the thing Delonte poked on.

May 3, 2012  08:57 AM ET

Lebron you flopper and follower, Miller has given you sound advice and has peg you 100. You couldn't do it (win a ring on your own as the leader of a team) and now you're asking for direction? Not from the one ESPN, TNT and a host of others have pegged as one of the all time greats, yeah you know this freak of nature (winless one at that), the chosen one (by you), D-Wade's long lost big brother. Win something Lebron........you're as droughtless in the respect as my Knicks of late. You both have to win something and soon!

May 3, 2012  08:59 AM ET

Get Em' Reggie!!!

May 3, 2012  09:05 AM ET

As much as I hate Lebron, what has Reggie won other than Spikes heart?

May 3, 2012  09:07 AM ET

Back in that day, I couldn't stand him torching my Knicks, expecially on that one game and how he looked at Spike.. SMH... But now since he laid that comment on Lebron, all is forgiven. Thanks!

May 3, 2012  09:09 AM ET

Poor Bron he gets no love smh...

May 3, 2012  09:11 AM ET

I heard Miller say that and I agreed with him. You're a big boy LeBron, you've been in the game long enough and you're on the most stacked team in the league. Hell even you're shoe endorsement's motto is "Just do it".

Now, go out and be a big boy all on your own!

May 3, 2012  09:14 AM ET

Heat / Knicks tonight. It would be fun the see the Knicks win a game -- I think tonight is their best chance. Below is a funny recreation of Amare's punch. They did one last week on MWP -- it was a good one.

http://www.nma.tv/amare-stoudemire-punch-extinguishes-york-knicks-playoff- hopes/

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May 3, 2012  09:20 AM ET
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I heard Miller say that and I agreed with him. You're a big boy LeBron, you've been in the game long enough and you're on the most stacked team in the league. Hell even you're shoe endorsement's motto is "Just do it". Now, go out and be a big boy all on your own!

Tonight is their only chance.

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May 3, 2012  09:31 AM ET
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Tonight is their only chance.

I disagree. Even if the Heat lose tonight -- they have an outside chance to win the series.

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May 3, 2012  09:37 AM ET
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I disagree. Even if the Heat lose tonight -- they have an outside chance to win the series.

pipe dream...I don't think the heat would squander getting beat 4 times with in the next possible 5 gms. Veryyyyyyyyyy Way beyond Outside chance.

 
May 3, 2012  09:38 AM ET

You Either You Got It Or You Don't, Bro.

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