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Should LeBron James Lead A Sit Out For Tamir Rice?


lebron-james-produces-first-ever-nba-fashion-show-for-all-star-weekend-1103070-TwoByOneTwitter activists are pressuring Cleveland Cavaliers star LeBron James to stage a sit out until the prosecutor’s office indicts a cop for the murder of 12-year-old Tamir Rice last year.

On Monday, the prosecutor’s office announced there would be no indictment against the cop who shot Tamir 2 seconds after exiting his patrol car on Nov. 22, 2014.

Twitter.com activists have since pressured LeBron to lead a sit out protest of the entire Cavaliers team.

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Using the Twitter hashtags #NoJusticeNoLebron for #TamirRice, the activist are urging LeBron to use his platform for justice for Tamir Rice.

But not everyone agrees.

What do you think?

NBA Finals 2014

Miami Lost! …So will LeBron James Opt Out?


lebron-james-lost-tearsWith the 2014 NBA Finals over, one lingering question remains for LeBron James and the Miami Heat: will LeBron opt out of his contract at the end of this month or will he keep his talents in South beach?

LeBron’s failure to capture his 3rd NBA championship ring will probably weigh heavily on his decision.

The season ended Sunday night for LeBron James, three wins short of a three-peat — and it didn’t even seem that the best player on the planet came that close. He didn’t win the title, he didn’t match Kobe Bryant and Michael Jordan with three straight championships, because in the end he got even less help from his Miami Heat teammates than he used to get when he was trying to do it all by himself with the Cleveland Cavaliers.

Miami lost last night to the San Antonio Spurs, in game 5 of the NBA finals.