After another loss, LeBron James delivers expletive-filled rant

The Cavaliers suffered their fifth loss in the past seven games and LeBron James isn’t happy about it.

Following Monday’s 124-122 loss to an Anthony Davis-less New Orleans Pelicans team, James delivered an expletive-filled rant aimed at Cleveland’s front office, according to a report from ESPN.

The Wizards are now 16-6 since December 8, which is the best record in the East over that time.

Carmelo Anthony appeared like he was headed for a moster game after posting 25 points in the second quarter but the veteran struggled down the stretch, adding only two field goals the rest of the way. In the final seconds, all Anthony could do is watch helplessly as Wall put the Wizards ahead by three points with a controversial fastbreak dunk with 13 seconds remaining.

Goran Dragic led the Heat to a 99-95 win against the hapless Mavericks by pouring in 32 points on 11-of-15 shooting and six rebounds. Dragic has now scored double-figure points in eight straight games.

Spurs first-round pick Dejounte Murray, a 6-5 point guard, started in place of an injured Tony Parker and scored 24 points on 7-of-11 shooting with two assists and two rebounds in a 118-104 win against the Nuggets. San Antonio desperately needed an infusion of youth, and Murray may be the guy.

Now it is up to the front office—Gar Forman and John Paxson—to dig out of Nike NFL Jerseys China the rubble of last summer’s mistakes. They’re likely to keep Rondo through the trade deadline, in hopes of moving him as part of a larger package in the next seven weeks, but that could prove a long shot. Instead, a NBA Cheap Jerseys Free Shipping post-deadline buyout might be the only way for the team to move on from Rondo.