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Saturday, 8 June 2013

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LeBron commented that Bosh needs to step up or he will see to it that he's benched.

MIAMI - The Heat were beaten by the San Antonio Spurs in game one of the NBA Finals 92-88, and LeBron James is very upset with his teammates and Chris Bosh in particular.

Hercules Confetti with Sporting Chance Magazine reports that he overheard James telling Coach Spoelstra that he needs to start motivating Chris because he is playing like he's on a neighborhood court instead of an NBA court.

LeBron said that he does not appreciate getting a phone call from Kobe "Vino" Bryant asking him if he is the king or the queen.

James explained that Kobe told him that he better start yelling, screaming, hollering, pushing, and even kicking his teammates just like he does with the L.A. Lakers.

Bryant pointed out that the Tony Parker - Tim Duncan-led San Antonio Spurs are hitting on all cylinders.

Kobe noted that the guys in silver and black are one heck of a 3-point shooting team and they were off on their three point shooting otherwise they would have beat the Heat 108-88.

SIDENOTE: LeBron talked to Bosh after the game at a local Pompous Pizza Parlor and told him that if he does not start to show a little more enthusiasm he may find himself playing for the Charlotte Bobcats next year.

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