LeBron Jamesí No-Foul Streak Comes to an End

LeBron James Finally Commits a Foul: Itís About Time

12/25/12 in NBA   |   GeorgeMon   |   159 respect

Dec 22, 2012; Miami, FL, USA; Miami Heat small forward LeBron James (6) is fouled by Utah Jazz power forward Marvin Williams (2) during the second half at American Airlines Arena. Mandatory Credit: Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports
Prior to today's game LeBron James  had not committed a foul since December 8th

LeBron James’ insane no-foul six-game streak has finally come to an end after 27 quarters of basketball. The three-time MVP finally committed a foul on Serge Ibaka during Miami’s Christmas Day show down against the OKC Thunder. James was called for the foul as he tried to block a dunk attempt by Ibaka early in the first quarter.
The foul was LeBron’s first in over 254 minutes of on-court play. The longest no-foul streak in the last 15 years belongs to Steve Nash, who went 11 straight games without a foul last season for the Phoenix Suns.
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12/26/12   |   jjh8857   |   344 respect

But...but...LeBron changed teams....