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After LeBron James exercised the early termination option in his contract this morning, it only took minutes for the second domino to fall. 85% of Heat fans have terminated their contract with Miami, sources told New York Knicks Memes’ Tommy Rothman. While Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh have yet to decide what to do with their opt-out clauses, it appears most Heat fans are all about LeBron.

“Screw D-Wade,” one Heat fan said. “I wasn’t a fan when it was just him 5 years ago, so why would I stick around now?”

“I’m not done with the Heat,” another fan said in a statement eerily similar to LeBron’s, “I just want to explore all of my options.”

It will be interesting to see how this situation plays out. There are many teams with open seats in their arenas who will eagerly be trying to clear out cap space for James… and his horde of followers.


-Tommy Rothman

LeBron gets NBA 2K14 cover

The best player in the league is finally going to be on the cover of NBA 2K. 2K announced before Game 1 of the NBA Finals that LeBron James will be on the cover of NBA 2K14. No word on whether the flop button features will be enhanced for the newest installment of the game.


-Tommy Rothman

NBA Fines LeBron James for Flopping

The NBA handed down a flurry of discipline for flopping and flagrant fouls from Game 4 of the Eastern Conference finals, including a $5,000 fine to LeBron James.


Both James and David West were fined $5,000 for flopping on the same play from the fourth quarter of the Indiana Pacers‘ win over the Miami Heat on Tuesday. West was fighting for position on the play, and both recoiled when there was contact in the lane.

“We accept it,” Heat coach Erik Spoelstra said Thursday morning. “We don’t want the attention and the focus to be on the officiating. We want it to be on the competition, which is a great series. Our focus is taking business at home (in Game 5).”

Earlier this week, James said there was a strategic advantage to flopping.

“Some guys have been doing it for years, just trying to get an advantage,” James said Monday. “Any way you can get an advantage over the opponent to help your team win, so be it.”

It furthered a tough night for James, who was called for six fouls plus a technical. The league also handed down a $5,000 fine for flopping to the Pacers’ Lance Stephenson for exaggerating contact against Ray Allen in the first quarter of Game 4.

West talked about the play that led to his and LeBron’s fines for flopping. 

“I was trying to post up and he was trying to draw a foul,” West said. “It was a high contact play and the refs let the play go on. Maybe it was some gamesmanship.”

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