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Jackie MacMullan

No reining in King James

Lebron James, who had a triple-double against the Celtics, dunks in the fourth quarter.
Lebron James, who had a triple-double against the Celtics, dunks in the fourth quarter. (Globe Staff Photo / Matthew J. Lee) Globe Staff Photo / Matthew J. Lee
By Jackie MacMullan
Globe Columnist / February 16, 2006

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When you strip away the hype and the money and the accolades, when you pause for a moment, not to Obey Your Thirst but merely to closely examine just exactly where this 21-year-old man-child stands in his journey toward his preordained destiny as an NBA legend, then you realize that LeBron James still has a ways to go. (Full article: 1277 words)

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