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No. 23 or No. 6 — How do LeBron James’s numbers compare?

The No. 6 era is over. Quite possibly for good.

So it’s only fitting that we look back at how LeBron James’s stats compare with each jersey number. James spent his first seven seasons in Cleveland, from the ages of 19 to 25, before playing in Miami for the last four years. James will turn 30 this coming season.

When James first headed south, one of the initial expectations was that his chance of winning MVPs were all but gone, since his numbers would drop off considerably, given the talents of his Heat teammates, compared with the role players that filled those Cleveland rosters.

Of course, that didn’t wind up happening and in fact his usage rate in Miami (31.1 percent) is almost identical to those Cleveland years (31.9 percent). His defensive rating is also incredibly similar. In Cleveland, his teams allowed 102 points per 100 possessions, only slightly higher than in Miami (101). His regular season rebounding, passing, steals and blocks averages are close as well, as you can see in the table above.


A 360-turn

By Robbie Pangilinan
Published at MANILA STANDARD TODAY on July 28, 2014
Red Cross Secretary General Gwen Pang has no regrets in her life. She does not wish for a 360-degree turn to turn her life around.

“Everything I have ever done, I consider learning experiences. If I committed a mistake, it helped me become a better person. So no regrets, just moving forward,” says the Red Lady who has been involved with the Philippine Red Cross for the last 18 years.

The dedicated leader and advocate admits that her responsibilities and schedule require her to be fit and healthy to face her everyday tasks. She tries toeat healthy foods and avoids harmful foods.


Deontay Wilder: ‘People appreciate me’ after Bryant Jennings-Mike Perez

By Lem Satterfield
Heavyweight contender Deontay Wilder said he was receiving support from boxing fans as he watched Saturday night’s WBC title eliminator bout between Bryant Jennings and Mike Perez.

Jennings (19-0, 10 knockouts) defeated Perez (20-1-1, 12 KOs) by split decision at New York City’s Madison Square Garden for the right to face the winner of a possible November fight between Wilder (31-0, 31 KOs) and WBC beltholder Bermane Stiverne (24-1-1, 21 KOs).


Meeting the Prince

By Robbie Pangilinan
published 7/27/2014 - Philippine Star

She felt like a princess, meeting the prince for the first time.

Gwen Pang, the Secretary General of the Philippine Red Cross, went to England for a seminar and meeting. And there she personally met the famous and controversial Prince Charles who struck a conversation with her.

“He asked about the victims and survivors of Yolanda. The Royal Family extended help to us then and is planning to visit our country to see those affected by the typhoon,” Gwen shared.


GTK steps down as PATAFA head

MANILA, Philippines – Marking an end of an era in local athletics – and perhaps in Philippine sports as well – Go Teng Kok stepped down on Friday, July 25 after 24 years as president of the Philippine Amateur Track and Field Association with former Philippine Sports Commission chairman Philip Ella Juico elected to the PATAFA top post.

Juico was unanimously named to the position by the new 10-man PATAFA board, whose members were elected by 25 of the 34 regional directors present at the polls held at the Orchid Suites Hotel, a stone’s throw away from the historic Rizal Memorial Sports Complex in Manila.


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