NBA TV Fan Night: LeBron James Says He's Having a Blast Playing for the Miami Heat
And why shouldn't he be having a blast? If you caught the Miami Heat taking on the Indiana Pacers on NBA TV Fan Night last night, then you already know that LeBron James had quite a night. His teammate Dwyane Wade led the team with 41 points, but 'Bron stole the show by catching a full-court alley-oop pass from D-Wade that's sure to make all the highlight reels at the end of the season. And he didn't stop there. He also threw a pass to himself off the backboard for a rim-rattling dunk later in the game.
Once he got done doing it, the 2011 NBA All-Star starter for the Eastern Conference gave up a few minutes of his time to speak with NBA TV's Ernie Johnson, Kevin McHale, and Chris Webber. Aside from touching on the specifics of the game—is that a rivalry we see brewing between the Heat and the Pacers?!—LBJ also talked about how the Heat have been able to dominate opponents this season, what he needs to do in order to lead the team to an NBA championship, and what went through his mind when he realized that Wade threw him a full-court alley-oop pass.
To hear his thoughts—and to watch a grip of other NBA TV Fan Night videos featuring the league's brightest superstars—head over to the NBA TV Fan Night site now. Because LBJ shouldn't be the only one having this much fun.