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LeBron James Talks About His Mother

Health & Parenting

The NBA superstar credits his mother and his girlfriend for making him both the athlete and the family man he is today.

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LeBrons James' mother, Gloria James, was 16 years old, just a girl, when she had her first and only child, a son. The boy's father was long gone, so he took his mom's last name. At first, she had her own mother to lean on, to turn to for help raising the boy. Then a heart attack stole her away on Christmas morning, when Gloria was 19. She would have to bring up LeBron James on her own. She did. And she brought him a mighty long way.

Now 25, the NBA superstar is one of the most celebrated players in the history of the sport. On Mother's Day -- and every other day -- he gives his mom all the credit for what he's become. He knows who he is because of her, and he feels this deeply. His awe for her leaves him a little tongue -tied. "I don't have the words, I can't sit here and explain," James says.

But after a short pause he goes on. "I had my mother to blanket me, to give me security. [When I was] growing up, she was my mother, my father, everything. To grow up in a single-parent household, to see what she could do all by herself, that gave me a lot of strength."

But Gloria is not the only mother he will be celebrating this Mother's Day. James shares his life with his high school sweetheart, Savannah Brinson, the mother of his two sons, LeBron Jr. 5, and Bryce Maximus, 2. "The important thing for me is to be with her and our sons. I know how important a mother is, and every day we are together is special to me.

"Being a mother -- it's the toughest job in the world. It's tougher than being a professional athlete or being the president. It's a powerful thing. mothers should have more than one day," he says. For James, the moms in his life already do.

LeBron's Childhood

Gloria James gave birth to her son, LeBron, on Dec. 30, 1984. For the first few years of his life, they shared a large Victorian home in Akron, Ohio, that had been in the family for generations. In his autobiography, Shooting Stars, co-written by Buzz Bissinger, James recalls his mother's struggles to maintain the household on a tight budget. After her mother's death, it became a losing battle.

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Cavs still face questions about their D

CLEVELAND — Is the Cleveland Cavaliers’ defense good now?

That may be the most important question heading into The Finals.

The NBA started counting turnovers in 1977. Since then, no team had reached The Finals after ranking as low as 20th in defensive efficiency in the regular season … until now.

Ranking anywhere outside the top 10 in defensive efficiency is not a good sign for your hopes of winning a championship. Only three teams — the ’01 Lakers (19th), the ’95 Rockets (12th) and ’88 Lakers (11th) – have won the title after ranking outside the top 10 in the last 37 years. And all three had won the championship (with a top-10 defense) the year before.

Of course, if you’ve been paying attention, you know that the Cavs were a different team after they made some trades and got LeBron James back from his two-week hiatus in mid-January. Iman Shumpert had a shoulder injury when he arrived from New York and played his first game as a Cav on Jan. 23. And yeah, there was clear improvement from that point on.

With the personnel changes came some alterations to the Cavs’ defensive scheme. Early in the season, they brought their bigs out high to defend pick-and-rolls…

They changed things up by having Timofey Mozgov hang back at the free-throw line to better protect the rim and reduce the number of 4-on-3, scramble situations that his teammates got caught in…

But even if you pretend that the season started on Jan. 23, the Cavs still didn’t have a top-10 defense. Furthermore, their DefRtg was somewhat skewed by a relatively soft schedule. Against the league’s best offenses, they weren’t so good.

March 6, their last regular-season meeting against the Atlanta Hawks, was a good measuring stick for the improved Cavs’ D. And it got chewed apart by the East’s No. 1 seed, which scored 106 points on about 93 possessions. Six days later, in the game that Kyrie Irving scored 57 points, the Spurs scored 125 in what wasn’t a very fast-paced game either.

So the Cavs entered the postseason with some lingering (and serious) questions about their defense, which was, no matter how you looked at it, worse than the (11th-ranked) Miami Heat defense that got eviscerated by the Spurs in last year’s Finals.

Have the Cavs answered those questions?

They’ve held each of their three playoff opponents well under their regular season mark for offensive efficiency. And in that regard, they’ve been better than the Warriors, who had the No. 1 ranked defense in the regular season.

The Cavs’ defense is definitely improved. Though they’re not a defending champ like the ’01 Lakers, they seemingly knew how to flip the switch once the playoffs began.

There’s been more of a focus on that end of the floor. Multiple efforts from possession to possession have been more common. Losing Kevin Love less than four games into the postseason certainly helped the Cleveland defense, as Tristan Thompson is more active (to put it nicely). Extended minutes for Matthew Dellavedova (with Kyrie Irving hobbled) have helped as well.

But just how improved the Cleveland defense is may be more about context than it is about the raw numbers. The Chicago Bulls and Atlanta Hawks each had top-10 offenses in the regular season, but it’s hard to say that either were playing anything close to their best basketball when they faced the Cavs.

The Cleveland defense is the only one in the playoffs to have held its opponents under 30 percent from 3-point range or to an effective field goal percentage under 40 percent from outside the paint. While the Cavs’ rim protection has been OK, the numbers point to the perimeter as the biggest reason for them allowing less than a point per possession over 14 games.

But according to SportVU, the Cavs have contested just 29.7 percent of their opponents’ jump shots in the playoffs, a rate which ranks 11th out of 16 teams. Furthermore, the average distance for the closest Cleveland defender on opponent shots in the playoffs is 4.25 feet, a rate which ranks ninth.

Those numbers support the theory that the Cavs faced some good teams that were playing poorly at the time. The Hawks were held well under their regular season offensive efficiency mark in the first round by the Brooklyn Nets, who ranked 24th defensively. Atlanta shot 27 percent on uncontested jumpers in the conference finals, down from 41 percent in the regular season.

So we may not know just how good the Cavs’ defense has become … until Thursday. No team takes advantage of open looks better than the Golden State Warriors, who led the regular season with effective field goal percentage of 54.7 percent on uncontested jumpers, and have led the playoffs with the same exact mark.

The Cavs did hold Golden State under a point per possession in their Feb. 26 win in Cleveland. After starting 3-for-4, Stephen Curry made just two of his last 13 shots. Shumpert seemed to do a solid job on the MVP, who got just six touches and took just two shots in 2:24 of matchup time with Shumpert, according to SportVU.

Putting Shumpert on Curry means putting Irving on somebody else (who could punish him in the low post). It will be a puzzle for Cavs coach David Blatt to deal with throughout The Finals.

The Cavs have made a little history to get here. Now we find out if we can really forget those regular season numbers that told us they would come up short in the playoffs.

Warriors have two players from the All-Defensive teams (could’ve had more) and by the voting, the best starting PF/C combo on defense in the league this season, big reason why they are statistically regarded as the best team since the 96 Bulls.

This article exposes the weaker teams in the east the Cavs had to get through and that they weren’t playing at their best either, really the Cav’s are an offensive powerhouse when fully healthy but their defense as a whole isn’t elite its just average.

In some fans minds. I’m not sure in which fantasy league, the Mozgov, Shumpert and Smith trades have suddenly, magically made the Cavs the leagues best defense!!

Defense/Offense, don’t matter in this Finals. The Cavs need to cash-in on LBJ’s experience having been there for 5th consecutive year and hope the DUBS will self destruct on an inexperienced youngsters, except for Kerr of course-who is also not playing the game. Other than that, Warriors in SEVEN.

Iman Shumpert has played pretty good defensive on Curry but of course your not going stop him but you can slow him down to a certain point being he does take a lot of jump shoots, plus Iman Shumpert and James are two of top perimeter defenders… What’s that saying they always say live by the jump shot, die by the jump shot, the warriors do take a lot of them… Just look at the last series with the Rockets they don’t play good defensive and they had a chance to win any of those games that they only lost by a few points except the last game where they kinda got blown out but again Harden was off again on his shooting, but if they where a better defensive team I think the series would had went 6 or 7… WARRIORS in 4 or 5 games I just don’t see it being the Cavs have better defensive players that go all out unlike the team the Warriors faced last series…

Gasol, Tony Allen, Randolph, and Conely are a way better defensive team than the cavs, don’t fool your selves guys. The Warriors had a much tougher road in the playoffs. Do you guys realize the Warriors have now faced the All NBA’S 1ST Team in the Playoffs, thats never happen before in the History Of the Playoffs. Anthony Davis soon to be best player in the NBA, Marc Gasol, Harden, and now Lebron James. In the Playoffs there was just one game where weve seen the true Warriors the fans have come a custom to seeing that was the 35 point shalacking we put on the Rockets in there arena in game 3. I’m not saying we will destroy the Cavs by any means they’ve got the best basketball player on the planet. I think it goes 7 games because the NBA will make sure it happens. Fouls will be the key to this series Cavs will get them and the Warriors wont. Steph gets murdered every series and hardly gets to the line.

Cavs in game 4 or 5, steph curry and gswits gonna be like lebron in 2007 sweep by spurs the pressure in nba finals is different and none of gsw been there before.

JR Smith and Iman Shumpert are key and have not disappointed the Cadavaliers so far. But the Golden Flake Warriors, to me are the better team. But then again, there is Lebron James, the best player in the NBA. I really don’t know who will win.

The only defense that matters is the defense that is going to be thrown at the Warriors this series. The Cavs have already shown that they are one of couple of teams who can take Steph Curry out of the game: you cant fully STOP a great offensive threat like Steph, but you can LIMIT him greatly.

We will see how Steph is shooting with a 6 foot 8 275 man on him in LeBron James, hounding him relentlessly on key possessions. We will see how he reacts to having Iman Shumphert and JR Smith run at him from time to time and stick to him like white on rice on every possession. Steph and Klay are NOT going to get the same open looks they have gotten against lesser defenses. Mosgov allows Cleveland to not have to cheat on pick and rolls as he is s legit shot blocker and rim protector.

The question is: who on the Warriors are going to stop LeBron, Jr Smith, and Kyrie (even if not 100 percent) who is going to stop LeBron’s drive and kick game….it will pick your poison for the Warriors. LeBron will score 40 points per game while playing lock down, lights out defense, or he will score 30 points per game while kicking it to open shooters while Golden State is forced to double and triple team him.

Golden State is an incredible team but they do not have LeBron James and they will not be able to keep Tristan Thompson, the second coming of Dennis Rodman but not as volatile and crazy, off of the offensive boards.

Cleveland will grind down Golden State and win games in the high 90s and low 100s. These games are not going to be 120-115 Western Conference shooting contests, and that is why Cleveland will close out at home in game 6.

Though the Cavs have LBJ, fighting against the West (or Golden State) would still be a different story as compared to getting their East crown.

While its true that LBJ is virtually unstoppable, GS has enough bodies to make him less efficient as he was. With Iggy, Barnes, Green (and probably Lee, just to foul LBJ LOL), the team’s target is to just probably slow him down or tire him the entire series. We could say that Harden has a better support team than LBJ, but those turnovers forced by GS really hurt the Rockets especially when the offense goes Harden-centric. Irving probably is one of the best PGs there is, but we know Cavs’ offense run through James. The more the Cavs depend on LBJ to carry his team, the better the chances for GS to lock their D on him. The series could really favor Cleveland if JR catch fire every game and Thompson can get his looks inside. But the GS defense would probably avoid that from happening. They don’t deserve being no. 1 in D for nothing.

As the playoff run went on for GS, the team’s other players have started to gain confidence to contribute to their offense. Klay wasn’t even Klay against Houston. Shumpert would probably chase Steph around, while LBJ or JR would take care of Klay. But if GS continues to get contributions in offense from Barnes, Iggy, Green, Bogut and the rest of the guys, they do have shot of winning it all.

The Warriors already have faced a grind-out team in Memphis, and still managed to win with their style of play. The Cavs might have run over a team-oriented opponent in Atlanta, but the Hawks don’t have any freakishly gifted player to carry their team if needed. The biggest question in the series is how much LBJ can will his team to win. He is a different monster (and definitely a better one) as compared to Harden. But would it be like last year’s Finals, where carrying the whole Heat isn’t enough to beat the Spurs?

You think green, Igudola and Barnes can’t defend James, I am sorry, you underestimate the rebounding of the warriors, we have multiple guys can defense and rebound, green, Bogut, Klay. Barnes, even curry can rebound, we out score and outrebound every team in the playoff except maybe Memhis. Thompson will be non factor

My thing is who on the Warriors can stop Lebron? No one. If Lebron do curry how he did rose when he won the MVP what can u do. 6’8 250 with the agility of a guard… Also curry hasn’t had anyone to tire him on the offensive end like Kyrie Irving will at 85% or better … Now having to guard the best offensive pg in the league and having the best player defending you will take a lot out of a player… U slow curry down golden state will freeze up cavs in 6

Am looking at Stephen Curry is the one the Cavs gotta slow down just a little and Iman Shumpert has done a decent job of that plus Kyrie Irving will be guarding him to but you can also put LeBron James on him for little bit here and there. If you look at Curry numbers in the past few series they been good but yet there were quite a few close games that they almost lost, so if the Cavs can hold Curry down a few points in the series that’s a big plus for the Cavs being Clay numbers at times are inconsistent so your not sure what your going get unlike Curry…

So who has the Warriors beaten in the playoffs? A young Pelicans team, who should have won 3 of those games if they had a better coach, a Memphis team with no Conley or Allen and a Houston team with a one trick pony in Harden. Harden is a really good player but he does not make his teammates better. They didn’t have to play the Spurs – best defensive team (Kawai could shut down Thompson or Curry), no Clippers – Griffin and Jordan down low would have given them nightmares. They really haven’t played anyone to challenge them until now.

The difference between the East and the West is that most Good teams in the East play defense. The West plays more uptempo. If you look at points allowed per game for the Warriors there defense isn’t that good. They give up 99.97 points per game. Don’t understand how that equates into the best Defensive Efficiency.

#5 IN OPP 3PT%

This means we have a great Defensive team don’t fool your self.

One of the main reasons for poor offensive performance of Bulls and Hawks against Cavs in semi-final and final respectively is Cavs’ extraordinary defense that put so much pressure on those two teams that they perhaps forgot to play their own games.

Most credit should go to LBJ and his teammates. It is absolutely amazing to see how LBJ elevates a place wherever he goes.

Look at Miami now! Think about Cavs’ performance over the last four years!

This team is on roll right now, and is very adept to make adjustments because they have the world’s best player in their roster.

Look at Miami now, Bosh out for the season and Wade a shell of himself. Exactly the reason Lebron came back to Cleveland because he knows that he’s got the opportunity to play with young stars in a confrence with no real competition.

hate all you want, you guys love to make reasons at all, (weak east, nba rigged, blame refs, etc.) i wanna see you guys after the finals and im starting predicting what will be your reason if this overrated GSW blew it

Golden St. didn’t win all those games by accident. Cleveland hasn’t faced a team like them yet and they have multiple people that make a difference besides Curry. Clay, Greene, Iggy, Barnes, Barbosa, Livingston all make big contributions to this team. Cleveland better hope their role players show up

so you mean cleveland beat chicago 4-2 and rekt hawks 4-0 by accident? LOL too much hate bruh? let me guess your team is gone fishin now you jump to another team for the sake of your HATE. LOL

Good teams that have played poorly? Awful…article. Cleveland Cavs 2015 Eastern Conference Champions hate it or love it. More than likely Cavs in the finals the next 5 years at least. Golden State is a weak-young team (like OKC in 2012-13). Bout to get swept by grown men in Cleveland

With Tristan Thompson taking Love’s spot as PF it has made the Cavaliers a much better and tougher team defensively, something that GSW lacks. Cleveland is the overall tougher team. Its going to be hard for a jump shooting team like the Warriors to win a championship. I think Houston made GSW look a lot better because Houston doesn’t play defence, the Cavs are going to be swarming Curry and trapping him as soon as he steps over the half-court line if they have to. And if Klay Thompson has one off night then the Warriors are in trouble.

Cavs in 6. Cavs will take the first game and all the pressure will be on GSW for the rest of the series. LeBron is not letting this championship get away from him. Period.

Its lebron era. We cavs win these year. I tattooed my back of larry o brien trophy. Enuf said. Just sayin

LeBron James Diet: 7 Sample Meals - Business Insider

Here's What Normal People Can Eat To Follow The LeBron James Diet


LeBron was able to pull off this diet because he has the resources to do it right, he's one of the most athletic people ever, and he has a team of experts making sure he's getting all the nutrients he needs.

But registered dietitians say the diet is too extreme, arguing that eliminating entire food groups to lose weight is both unnecessary and dangerous.

"Cutting out entire food groups is extreme and puts people at risk for nutritional deficiencies, not to mention nearly impossible to sustain in the long-term," she said.

Other dietitians we spoke to agreed. there's no reason to voluntarily stop eating entire food groups.

While health professionals advise against doing what LeBron did, there are ways you can take elements of LeBron's low-carb approach and make a healthy diet out of it.

Armul gave us some sample "LeBron diet" meals that also incorporate the type of healthy grains and dairy that dietitians say you should never cut out entirely.

They sound pretty delicious.

  • Option 1: Veggie omelet with a side of turkey bacon, fresh fruit, and sweet potato hash browns.
  • Option 2: 100% whole-grain or sprouted wheat toast topped with peanut butter or almond butter, banana, and side of Greek yogurt with blueberries or other sliced fruit.
  • Option 3: Egg sandwich with 100% whole-grain muffin, avocado and salsa, and a smoothie made with fresh or frozen fruit and low-fat Greek yogurt.
  • Option 1: Spinach salad with veggies, grilled chicken, and a light balsamic, vinaigrette, or olive oil dressing. Pair with a side of fresh fruit, or add sliced berries, apples, or mandarin oranges as a salad topper.
  • Option 2: Turkey sandwich on 100% whole-grain or sprouted wheat bread. Add healthy toppings like spinach, avocado, tomato, cucumber, sprouts, and yellow mustard. Pair with a side salad or fresh fruit salad.
  • Option 1: Grilled or baked salmon with crushed pistachio topping, steamed vegetables and quinoa, drizzled with freshly squeezed lime juice, olive oil, or balsamic vinaigrette. Season with dried herbs like rosemary, chipotle pepper, or paprika.
  • Option 2: Chicken or shrimp soft tacos with whole-wheat tortilla, shredded spinach, black beans, avocados, diced tomatoes, or chile peppers and salsa. Top with plain Greek yogurt for a lower-calorie sour cream substitute.

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LeBron James Biography - Childhood, Life Achievements & Timeline

LeBron James Biography

Lebron James is an American professional basketball player. He had a difficult childhood but showed tremendous talent early in his life. As a freshman at St. Vincent-St. Mary’s High School he was pivotal in leading his team to two consecutive Division III State championships. He began attracting national attention for his basketball skills and was equally good at football in which he garnered All-state honors. He was taken as the number one overall pick in the NBA draft by the Cleveland Cavaliers. He became the youngest person in NBA history to score 40 points in a game and became the youngest person to win the Rookie of the Year award. He was universally praised for his versatility, as he was used as a point guard, shooting guard, and small forward. His highlight-reel dunks and no-look passes thrilled his fans. In his third season, he led the Cavaliers to the playoffs. In his fifth season, he nearly single-handedly led the Cavaliers to the NBA Finals, only to be swept in four games by the San Antonio Spurs.

Childhood & Early Life

LeBron James was born on December 30, 1984 in Akron, Ohio, to Gloria Marie James and Anthony McClelland an exconvict. Gloria raised him on her own as his father was uninterested in being a parent.

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Realizing he would be better off with a more stable family, Gloria allowed him to live with the family of Frank Walker who introduced him to basketball when he was nine years old.

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He played Amateur Athletic Union basketball for the Northeast Ohio Shooting Stars and chose to attend St. Vincent–St. Mary High School, a white private school, instead of their local public school.

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In his senior year too he was named Ohio's Mr. Basketball and USA Today All-USA First Team and Gatorade National Player of the Year for the third and second consecutive years respectively.

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James was selected by the Cleveland Cavaliers in the 2003 NBA Draft. He was eventually named the Rookie of the Year, finishing with averages of 20.9 points, 5.9 assists, and 5.5 rebounds per game.

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At 19, LeBron became the youngest member of the basketball squad in 2004 Athens Olympics but he spent most of the time on the bench.

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He made NBA history again in 2005, when he became the youngest player to score more than 50 points in one game. He was selected for the NBA All-Star game for the first time.

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With averages of 27.2 points, 7.4 rebounds, 7.2 assists, and 2.2 steals per game, he became the youngest player in NBA history to be named to an All-NBA Team, in the 2004–05 seasons.

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In 2006, he helped his team beat the Wizards in the first round of playoff. Against the Pistons in the semifinals, even his average of 26.6 could not secure his team’s victory.

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After the 2006 Playoffs, James and the Cavaliers negotiated a three-year, $60 million contract extension with a player option with the option of seeking a new contract as an unrestricted free agent.

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The Cavaliers proved to be stronger competitors in 2007, reaching the NBA finals, beating Detroit to win the Eastern Conference but lost in the finals against the San Antonio Spurs.

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During the 2007-08 season, the Cavaliers improved their standing in the Eastern Conference. The team made it to the semifinals, where they were defeated by the Boston Celtics in seven games.

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Year 2008 was a stellar one for him as he outperformed rival players as Kobe Bryant and Allen Iverson by scoring an average of 30 points per game, the highest average in the NBA regular season.

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In 2008, he traveled to Beijing, with the likes of Bryant, Jason Kidd and Dwyane Wade on the U.S. Olympic Basketball Team and brought home the gold after defeating Spain in the finals.

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Shortly after becoming a free agent in 2010, he announced that he would be joining the Miami Heat for the upcoming season. He finished second in the league, scoring 26.7 points per game.

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James competed at his third Olympic Games in 2012, in London, along with teammates Kevin Durant, Carmelo Anthony and Kobe Bryant, and the team brought home the second consecutive Olympic gold.

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At the end of the 2012-13 season, against the San Antonio Spurs, Miami transformed a seemingly impossible championship win into reality, winning their second consecutive national title with a 3-4 victory.

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Nike Doernbecher Freestyle 2015 Collection- Release Date


For over a decade, the Nike and OSHU Doernbecher Freestyle Collection has given kids in Doernbecher Children’s Hospital the chance to create the sneaker of their dreams, helping to raise funds, awareness and the spirits of fellow patients.

Twelve years later, the Freestyle Collection has raised over $11 million to help expand the hospital’s pioneering research, support clinical care, purchase state-of-the-art equipment, recruit new experts and subsidize the cost of care for families in need.

Whether it’s Nike’s designers, developers and graphic artists travelling to OHSU Doernbecher to meet their new team members or Doernbecher kids sharing their ideas at Nike HQ, the collaboration is a meaningful exchange of skills, experience and creativity, led by six brave young kids who inspire the world with their stories.

Lizzy is a cheerful, funny girl with a beautiful smile and some serious tap dancing skills. When she’s not on stage, she’s jumping rope with her best friend — they’ve been known to reach 200 jumps without stopping — and hanging out with her family. One year ago, Lizzy was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia, but that hasn’t stopped her from pursuing her dream of becoming a professional dancer.

Lizzy’s shoe, the NIKE FREE 5.0 TR FIT 5, is a bold, bright testament to her strength that celebrates her life in the spotlight. On the back heel, a glow-in-the-dark dancer busts a move, while sparkly laces twinkle like Lizzy’s many dance trophies. Take a second look at the Swoosh logo, and you’ll catch Lizzy’s name in block print. And in the fabric print, Lizzy’s powerful motto shines: STAY STRONG. DANCE ON.

Men’s and GS sizes of John’s Air Jordan 13 will be available via drawing on Thursday, 11.19 at 7pm EST at the following stores: NikeLab 21M NYC, Nike Chicago, Nike Boston, Nike Seattle, NIKETOWN New York, NIKETOWN Los Angeles, Nike San Francisco, Nike Las Vegas, Nike Lenox, Nike The Grove, Nike Georgetown, Nike Dallas, Nike Portland, Nike Roosevelt Field and Nike Santa Monica. Here’s how it works: http://www.nike.com/us/en_us/c/sl/drawing

As his family and friends can attest, Kian has a good nature, a killer sense of humor and courage to spare. Two years ago, Kian was put to the test when a staph infection spread through his body and entered his heart, requiring three surgeries. After months of recovery, with the support of everyone around him, Kian is back to doing what he loves: playing basketball and cheering on the Cleveland Cavaliers.

Kian’s custom LEBRON XIII is a tribute to King James himself, who inspired Kian to remain courageous and keep up his fight.

Since Lebron is said to have the heart of a lion, Kian chose colors that represent sunrise on the savanna, where lions roam. Lebron’s signature makes an appearance, as does a stylized lion logo.

Kian also added details from his own life. He created his own family crest, which can be seen on the sockliner, celebrating the things he values most: faith, family, perseverance and, of course, basketball.

You’ll also find the words FOREVER GRATEFUL, which is Kian’s family’s motto. “Whenever we talk about my experience, my dad says he’ll be forever grateful to the Doernbecher team for saving my life,” explains Kian.

On the outside, Jacob looks like any other 14-year-old. He plays baseball, practices the drums and loves to play with his pet hamster, Jamal. But on the inside, a Dacron tube holds Jacob’s aorta together in order to keep his heart pumping strong. This treatment for his rare heart condition, coarctation (a disconnect of the aorta), has earned Jacob the nickname: The Bionic Boy, from his family. It has also inspired him to raise awareness about heart health.

Jacob has turned his AIR MAX 95 PREMIUM into a public service announcement of the most creative kind. The tongue reminds you to CHECK YOUR BP,” accompanied by a heart made out of Jacob’s thumbprint. “I was thinking that it could help a lot of people,” he says.

Other cool features in Jacob’s design include a circuit-board pattern (since he’s bionic, after all), a heart graphic under the heel and a proclamation: I WALK TO MY OWN BEAT on the sockliner. As for the red and blue palette, that’s a nod to Jacob’s favorite superhero: Spider-Man.

“Spider-Man does the right thing, no matter what. I think that’s super awesome,” Jacob says. And Jacob’s not the only one who thinks so: Spider-Man’s creator, Stan Lee, has lent his signature to Jacob’s shoe. After the two met at a comic book convention, Jacob asked the legendary comic book writer if he would lend his name to a good cause and Lee was happy to oblige.

Men’s sizes of Jacob’s Air Max 95 will be available via drawing on Thursday, 11.19 at 7pm EST at the following stores: NikeLab 21M NYC, Nike Chicago, Nike Boston, Nike Seattle, NIKETOWN New York, NIKETOWN Los Angeles, Nike San Francisco, Nike Las Vegas, Nike Lenox, Nike The Grove, Nike Georgetown, Nike Dallas, Nike Portland, Nike Roosevelt Field and Nike Santa Monica. Here’s how it works: http://www.nike.com/us/en_us/c/sl/drawing

When Isaiah was diagnosed with a brain lesion at seven years old, his parents wanted to break the news to him gently. “We called it a ‘brain freckle,’ and told him that we’d heard Batman, Isaiah’s hero, has the same condition,” says his mom, Melissa. “We said it was great, because it would allow him to be brave and strong just like Batman.”

At first glance, Isaiah’s NIKE ZOOM STEFAN JANOSKI has a basic black silhouette, but when light hits it, the bat signal — Isaiah’s emblem of bravery — appears from the shadows. Isaiah’s name appears loud and proud on the midsole, accompanied by his favorite power words: FIGHTER, FREEDOM, and BELIEVE.

Men’s sizes of Isaiah’s Nike Zoom Stefan Janoski will be available via drawing on Thursday, 11.19 at 7pm EST at the following stores: NikeLab 21M NYC, Nike Chicago, Nike Boston, Nike Seattle, NIKETOWN New York, NIKETOWN Los Angeles, Nike San Francisco, Nike Las Vegas, Nike Lenox, Nike The Grove, Nike Georgetown, Nike Dallas, Nike Portland, Nike Roosevelt Field and Nike Santa Monica. Here’s how it works: http://www.nike.com/us/en_us/c/sl/drawing

The 2015 Doernbecher Freestyle Collection will be available beginning Saturday, November 21, on nike.com and at select* Nike retail locations across the country, with all proceeds from the sales of the collection benefitting OHSU Doernbecher.

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