Yes, but only a small number of times and the majority with the Miami Heat.
Between 2003 and 2015, he only fouled out FIVE times, and only twice with the Cavaliers. But he fouled out in successive postseason series with Miami in 2013 and 2014.
His 4th foul-out was in overtime on January 10, 2014 and was widely criticized as poor officiating, as Miami lost in double overtime to the Brooklyn Nets. His 5th came on May 28, 2014 against the Pacers in the Eastern Conference Finals (which Miami won). Again, one of the fouls seemed badly called.
he broke his wrist in an aau basketball game
Of course he is and he is a dirt bag douchesbags
No. LeBron James was never on the Boston Celtics.
Michael Jordan was the greatest basketball player to ever play the game. That, however, might change once Lebron James finishes his career. Lebron is without a doubt the best basketball player right now in 2009 and will be for the rest of his career. Let's put it this way: Lebron James came out of high school and dominated in the NBA immediately. No one has done that in the history of the NBA. Although Michael Jordan was the "great one" Lebron James will be the greatest basketball player to play the game when he is done.
Yes he was one of the best football runningbacks ever.
michal jorden don't let anyone tell you different
Often LBJ for short, "The Chosen One" was dubbed by Sports Illustrated years ago. A popular nickname for the Cavaliers are "The LeBron's". Whoever wrote this is an idiot his nickname is and always "The King"
What about LeBron James? LeBron is one of the greatest basketbal players ever. He will undoubtedly be the best player to ever play the game once retired.