Archive for Lebron James

PTRW #723 DAVID BLATT

Posted in David Blatt with tags on September 29, 2014 by hoopscoach

On LeBron James:

“It’s an enormous advantage when your best player and arguably the best player in the world is your best example. When he comes to work every day, you know you’re going to get his maximum effort and maximum performance. When he walks into the gym, he lifts everyone up.’’

PTRW #706 DRU JOYCE

Posted in Basketball, Dru Joyce, LeBron James with tags , on July 15, 2014 by hoopscoach

On LeBron James:

He’s always understood that once you step on the court, it’s about five guys working together as one.”

PTRW #671 LeBron James

Posted in Basketball, LeBron James with tags on May 31, 2014 by hoopscoach

“I failed but I was never defeated. To be able to come back from failure, it defines who you are as a man.”

PTRW #632 LeBRON JAMES

Posted in Basketball, LeBron James with tags on May 7, 2014 by hoopscoach

On the Heat having eight days off before game 1 vs the Brooklyn Nets:

“We got a lot of work in. We had eight days off of not playing a basketball game but Spo got us in the gym. (We) got each other in the gym. We made each other accountable throughout the layoff and it proved tonight.”

PTRW #529 LEBRON JAMES

Posted in Basketball, LeBron James with tags on March 23, 2014 by hoopscoach

“It’s too many excuses. Everything is an excuse. We do something wrong, it’s an excuse. We don’t get a stop, it’s an excuse. We turn the ball over, it’s an excuse. What we’re doing right now ain’t good enough.”

PTRW #512 LEBRON JAMES

Posted in Basketball, LeBron James with tags on March 17, 2014 by hoopscoach

From Gregg Popovich:

“He’s a great passer, he can rebound, he can defend. But I think, if anything, he is maturing mentally in the sense that he is enjoying playing the game. He doesn’t listen to talking heads (media critics) anymore — or a lot less than when he first came in the league.”

PTRW #430 LEBRON JAMES

Posted in Basketball, LeBron James with tags on February 6, 2014 by hoopscoach

“I think it was just our mental toughness, especially in the third quarter when they made their run. We just stayed composed and found a way to get a win. We made stops and executed offensively. 

“We pride ourselves on moving the ball, and we know that makes it easier for all of us. We keep everyone in a rhythm when we’re passing the ball and sharing the ball. Tonight we had some turnovers, including myself. I mean, I was the main culprit (with seven), and I’ve got to be more conscious of that and not turn the ball over so much.”

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