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Let’s talk LeBron

Posted in B.YONEST with tags , , , , , , on April 20, 2010 by invazion

B.YONEST “Sports” NEWZ: Seriously, people. I’m not bias. Dude’s Dope

“If I wanted to. Like if I really put my mind to it and felt like it, I could win the scoring title every year. EVERY year. It’s just not that important to me.”

Some people hear LeBron James say that and think he’s being arrogant and cocky (which may be partly true). The fact is this; IF LeBron decided to win the scoring title and MVP for the next decade, he could. No question about it. Think about it, humans and aliens.

Dude busted for 40 points, 8 assists and 8 rebounds. If he genuinely applied himself,  he could probably average a triple-double. Yep I said it. Take his 8 assists and make them three and give him the additional poinnts and LeBron would’ve had 50. Given the FACT that he has @ least 7 assists/game, that’s another 14 points (at least) he’s attributing to. Therefore, LeBron could average 43 points/game if he felt like it.?!! Scary thought, huh?  I love “Let’s Talk LeBron,” time.


Cavaliers Clinch Eastern Conference

Posted in B.YONEST NEWZ, SPORTS NEWZ with tags , , , on April 3, 2010 by invazion

B.YONEST “Sports” NEWZ: LeBronValiers are the BEST. Questions?

Last night, The Cleveland Cavaliers defeated The Atlanta Hawks (for the 8th straight time) and clinched the Eastern Conference. They successfully reached 60 games (with six games to go) LeBron continued his progress towards a perfect season. Steals, blocks, points, rebounds, charisma and charm are a few of the delightful items LeBron brings (not only to the basketball court, but) the City of Cleveland night in and night out. Is he leaving Cleveland?

I would all, but guarantee LeBron isn’t going anywhere. Kobe will remain a Laker forever. Reggie stayed with The Pacers. Magic and Larry remained in Los Angeles and Boston, forever. I think if LeBron wants to be considered one of the greats he needs to stay in Cleveland for his career. Did it blemish Charles Barkley or Shaquille O’neal; definitely not, but Michael Jordan didn’t remain with the Chicago Bulls forever, but I GUARANTEE he would’ve like to end there. Phil Jackson, a Championship, fading off into the sunset. Think about it Mr. James.


LeBron James vs Michael Jordan: There is NO Comparison

Posted in B.YONEST "Sports" NEWZ, B.YONEST NEWZ with tags , , , on February 12, 2010 by invazion

B.YONEST “Sportz” NEWZ: LeBron is the greatest! EVER!

I don’t want to waste anymore time comparing LeBron James to anyone in the NBA, today. LeBron James is the greatest basketball player to breathe since, well sense. I’m not attempting to be bias either. I’m not from here and as most of you know, I’m a die hard Pacer fan. With that said, the man is simply NBA Basketball; Amazing.

He toys with a triple-double EVERY GAME. If he deemed it necessary to exert himself more, he would definitely average (at least) a triple-double, maybe a quadruple-double. Yeah, I said. MVP. MVP. MVP. Will he leave Cleveland? Time will tell, but I don’t think so. LeBron is building himself quite the dynasty over up there by Lake Erie. I must say, Miami is a hell of a city though.


B.YONEST “Sports” NEWZ: LeBron outlasts Kobe AGAIN

Posted in B.YONEST "Sports" NEWZ, B.YONEST NEWZ with tags , , , , , , on January 21, 2010 by invazion

B.YONEST NEWZ.. The Cavs beat the Lakers in Cleveland for SWEEP!

Mo Williams is injured for the next 4 to 6 weeks with a sprained shoulder. The Cleveland Cavaliers are in 1st place in the Eastern Conference and a win against the Los Angeles Lakers tonight would give them a sweep of the season series and a nice opportunity to place themselves in the drivers seat for home court supremacy. Tonight, they did just that on their home court. Lebron led the Cavs with 37 points (the last 12 in the fourth quarter) to a 93-87 win. That’s all I got. LeBron’s the best. Kobe is really good, but the torch is being passed. Uhhhhhh. MVP.. MVP!!



Posted in B.YONEST NEWZ with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , on October 27, 2009 by invazion

B.YONEST NEWZ. LeBron n Shaq, Garnett n Pierce or Kobe n Ron?

nba1As Major League Baseball is coming to a close with the Philadelphia Phillies defending their World Championship against the New York Yankees and College Football BCS Standings keeping the world interested, I still find myself more intrigued about the next sport finally beginning. NBA Basketball officially begins @ 7Pm Eastern time. No more pre-season. NO more trades (for right now). NBA Basketball is back. This calls for serious celebration. So many questions to answer. So many games to play. Let’s get it on.

LeBron James and his Cleveland Cavaliers are coming of an extremely successful season by most standards. They won 60+ games, reached the Eastern Conference Finals and had the MVP. Still, they were at home watching as the Orlando Magic got man handled by the Los Angeles Lakers in the Finals. LeBron and the Cavs brought in Shaquille O’neal in hopes to have more of a dominant force. Will the chemistry work? Let’s not forget Kevin Garnett is healthy meaning the Celtics are back and ready to play. Garnett is coming of a knee injury which means he has one season to play and two seasons of basketball bottled up. Rasheed Wallace is a Boston Celtic, too. I mean he’s gonna receive a gang of technical fouls, but he’s going to his just as many three pointers. Damn, the Celtics are serious. Watch out Eastern Conference.

orlando_magicLet’s not forget the Orlando Magic, people. NO Jameer Nelson last year during the Playoffs and still went to the Finals. Dwight Howard a year stronger, Jameer Nelson ready to play and the ageless Vince Carter is their newest addition. I’m not a fan of the trade because I like Hedo Turkoglu, but what do I know. The Orlando Magic still have something to prove to me. I think they are the 3rd best team in the East even though they won the Conference last year.

The Los Angeles Lakers won the World Championship and got better. Kobe’s cast of men attained Ron Artest in the off-season. Artest has already stated and I quote “If we don’t win a Championship, it’s my fault. I’m the new guy here. If we don’t repeat, it’s because I messed it up.” Is that a World Championship guarantee? I don’t know. What I do know is the Denver Nuggets are R.E.A.D.Y. Chauncey Billups, Carmelo Anthony and the athletic supporting cast have to be furious about the way their season ended last year. The San Antonio Spurs are old, but wise. Always a threat!

I’m excited. I don’t know and don’t care about you people, but I’m excited. It’s basketball season, football season and baseball is almost OVER. What more could I ask for besided to go back on tour at the beginning of the year, a few investors to put 100K into B.YONEST ENTERPRIZES and a 3rd party co-signer to finally agree that my raps are AMAZING. Other than that, give me a bleeder, an hd television and The Cavs vs The Celtics tonight @ 7Pm. See you soon, PEOPLEZ.. ALL HAIL..


Sidenote: Rookie, Blake Griffin, of the Los Angeles Clippers is going to be a B.E.A.S.T. Mark my word for rookie of the year. Blake Griffin. Stamp It. I know he got hurt and may be out for 6 weeks, but he’s that nice. The NBA is wide open this year. Surprise come up teams include the Miami Heat, the Los Angeles Clippers and hopefully the Indiana Pacers make the Playoffs. I mean you only have to win 37 games to make the Playoffs in the Eastern Conference. Lastly, The Cleveland Cavaliers need to trade for Stephen Jackson of the Golden State Warriors. He’s big, athletic, plays defense, crashes boards and he’s a brotha. I’m just sayin. He’d make a great late season trade addition. I AM OUT! (Jim Rome Style)


Posted in B.YONEST with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , on June 3, 2009 by invazion

lebron_wallpaperHow often does a player walk off the court after losing without congratulating the opposing team? How often does a coach disregard a player or coach from the other team without giving praise for a win? Come on people, you are acting like LeBron James did the unthinkable by leaving the floor after the loss in Orlando. You act like he’s a monster because he did not run over to the Magic team (especially Dwight Howard) and give him props for beating the hell out of his team 4-2.

I know for a fact I saw Kobe Bryant and the Lakers leave the floor after the Nuggets beat them a couple times. I’m pretty H.I.V. (which means sure, positive, factually speaking) Chris Paul didn’t dap up the Nugget team after losing by 41 points in the playoffs. It’s ridiculous.

The man drops 40+ points in every game. He is the most humble superstar in the game, damn near. He’s an unbelievable team player and gives his heart and soul to his team and City. If walking off the court after losing the series is all you have to diss him in his six year career, he’s doing pretty well. Keep it movin’, Bron..


He is still a ROCKSTAR in my book!!!  Enjoy the B.ANONYMOUZ remix of ROCKSTAR (CLICK HERE)


Posted in B.YONEST with tags , , , , , on May 29, 2009 by invazion

In a must win, no wait! In a “if we don’t win this game, our season is OVER and everything we worked for was null and void,” LeBron James made magic. He displayed why he was the best basketball player in the universe, on his way to a 32 point, 15 rebound, 12 assist triple-double 112-102 win over the Orlando magic. The man played magnificent basketball, he willed his basketball club to the most important win in franchise history and proved IN FRONT OF THE WORLD he is the KING.

The game started Mo Williams and Delonte West doing their thing on the offensive. LeBron knew he had to get his team going early and he made a valiant effort to do just that. You would’ve never known he had 18 points by halftime. In the fourth quarter, LeBron had his hands on EVERY point scored by the Cavaliers. 18 points, 4 assists and a partridge in a pear tree. It makes me think the what ifs…. This series has had so many quirky plays. It’s a series that every game could have gone the other way. Is it over?

I happen to believe anytime LeBron James is on the court in your teams’ uniform, you have a chance to win the game, series and championship. If the clock is still tickin’ and there are games left to play, I wouldn’t quite count the LeBronValiers out of it yet. Mo Williams may finally wake up and play free. Orlando may go back to Amway Arena this Saturday and play more tight in front of that home crowd. If Cleveland can “steal” a game and bring it back to Quicken Loans Arena for game 7, watch out! GO CAVS!!