Dropping dimes! Lebron James and his Cleveland Cavaliers will be making it rain buckets on the Brooklyn Nets in The Q Arena on March 31, at 7pm EST. Watch the Nets try to match shots online here!
The Brooklyn Nets will be playing for pride while the Cleveland Cavaliers are looking to lock-up home court advantage for the play-offs. The NBA action will go down in Cleveland and you can catch every LeBron James, 31, dunk when you stream the game here.
King James has been balling out of control lately and will be running into the post-season with a full head of steam. He put up his 47th triple-double in a win against the Denver Nuggets on March 21st and has been good for at least a double-dub every game since. If Stephen Curry, 28, wasn’t having the season of his career, LeBron would be a lock for his fifth NBA MVP award.
The NBA is a crazy place lately and the Cavaliers are not above the fray. While the Nets and the Cav’s do not have any players breaking the bro-code or going against unwritten locker room rules, the Cav’s have not made it through the season without scandal. The drama did not faze Kyrie Irving, 24, who led the Cav’s in points against the Houston Rockets a night after his ex-girlfriend Kehlani, 20, allegedly attempted to take her life over a love triangle involving PARTYNEXTDOOR.
LeBron is not above drama either. He recently raised eyebrows when he unfollowed his team, on Twitter. What the heck? The Cav’s are doing well but LeBron may be interested in playing in some bigger markets while he is still at the peak of his career.
The Nets could jump up and grab this one. They have some strong athletes to keep an eye on in this contest including Sean Kilpatrick who is an offensive force and Brook Lopez who is having a break-out season.
What do you think HollywoodLifers? Who you got in this one? Will LeBron continue his on court domination or do the Nets have a shot at an upset?