LeBron James led Miami Heat’s win over Detroit Pistons

By on Oct 6, 2010 in Basketball, Sports Comments

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The Miami Heat fans got a preview of what to expect from LeBron James, when the 2010 NBA regular season unfolds on October 26, 2010. With Dwyane Wade sidelined with a strained right hamstring, LeBron James led the Heat to victory as he scored 18 points. The Miami Heat won its first pre-season home game against the Detroit Pistons, 105-89.

Surely, LeBron took the center stage in his debut pre-season game for Miami. Considered as the best trio in the 2010 NBA season, LeBron, Wade and Chris Bosh are expected by fans to win the title. The trio, however, only lasted for 3:17 in the first quarter as Wade went to the dugout early and scored only 2 points.

After Wade walked off the floor,  James took the cudgels for the Heat as he scored 12 points in the first quarter alone and concentrated in getting his teammates involve in the game. Miami raced to a 58-38 advantage at halftime with James and Bosh leading the way for the Heat.

Bosh led all scorers with 20 points on 8-of-13 field goal shooting together with 6 rebounds. Udonis Haslem, another key player for Miami, chipped-in 14 points and grabbed 13 rebounds. The Pistons was led by Ben Gordon, as he scored 17 points.

During his last two seasons with the Cleveland Cavaliers, James has won two consecutive Most Valuable Player (MVP)honors. Now that he is in Miami, James played the same kind of game when he was still with the Cavaliers. Miami fans got a treat of James‘ 3-point shooting, lightning drives to the basket, slam dunk, and unselfish plays. – Image credit: NBA.com



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