With Miami's win streak coming to an abrupt halt, NBA talk has shifted to fouls. LeBron James thinks he gets fouled too often, and everybody thinks Kobe Bryant got away with one at the end of the Lakers/T-Wolves game.
James had a lot to say about fouls after the Heat lost to Chicago on Wednesday night, telling reporters, "I believe and I know that a lot of my fouls are not basketball plays. First of all, Kirk Hinrich in the first quarter basically grabbed me with two hands and brought me to the ground. The last one, Taj Gibson was able to collar me around my shoulder and bring me to the ground. Those are not defensive ... those are not basketball plays."
To voice his outrage over being defended physically right after his team's first loss in the better part of two months is just the sort of idiot public relations move we've come to expect from LBJ. I think he gets marketing advice from fellow Miamian Alex Rodriguez. That said, he does have a point. James is one of You've reached the end of our free article preview.
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