LeBron James Tops Kevin Durant in Exciting Preseason Game

October 9th, 2010 by Hardcourt Mayhem Leave a reply »
LeBron James will stop at nothing. Even if it means the practices. Even it means the pre-season. No matter what, he’s going to give it all he has got in him. Because the 6’8″, 250-pound small forward wants to win a championship. And now.

Even if he is 25 years old, what’s there to lose? It’s better to just start winning now, like people want him to. He stands at 0-1 in the NBA Finals. His mission this season obviously to fix that record to 1-1 while Chris Bosh gets 1-0 and Dwyane Wade has 2-0.

And he’s trying to forget about the last two months, too.

“To be honest, I really don’t see what’s wrong with the Heat,” Kevin Durant said. “That’s what baffles me a little bit, is people say they’re the villains. They haven’t done anything wrong outside of the basketball court. Three guys teamed up. Boston did it a couple of years back, too. They just did it a different way.”

In a pre-season game versus the Oklahoma City Thunder last night, James and the Heat topped Kevin Durant and his rising Thunder towards a 103-96 victory. It was future-MVP candida ...

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