King James vs The Djoker

King James faces Novak Djokovic in the 1-16 matchup of the final bracket.



  • Finished his high school career with 2,657 points, 8992 rebounds and 523 assists
  • 2004 NBA rookie of the year
  • Became the 3rd player to average more than 20 points, 5 rebounds and 5 assists per game in his rookie season (Oscar Robertson and Michael Jordan)
  • Selected to 4 NBA all-star games winning the MVP Award in half of them
  • Currently holds 20 ‘youngest ever’ records


  • 188-70 record in singles competition
  • 2008 Australian Open champion
  • 2007 U.S. Open runner-up (roger Federer)
  • Medaled at the 2008 Olympics in Beijing
  • Nicknames include ‘Nole’ and ‘The Djoker’

I don’t even know how this could be considered close.  LeBron moves on with an easy first round victory.


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My wonderful abilities to write have caused Chris to offer me a contract worth $4.8 million to write for We Got The Goodz. I reluctantly accepted the offer since I know that my skills are worth much more than that. Anyway, here is some stuff about me. Interests: Baseball (D-Backs), Hockey (Sabres), Football (Bills), also playing pool, darts and poker Music: Mostly country, although I'm a big fan of the Kings of Leon. The Foo Fighters, John Mayer, Jason Mraz and the Eagles are good too. Movies: Slap Shot, Happy Gilmore, Braveheart, I Am Legend, Starsky and Hutch, Blues Brothers, Taxi and National Treasure. Books: Kurt Vonnegut is an author I don't mind, so any books he wrote.
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