The United Center will forever be known as The House that Jordan Built perhaps, but on Sunday afternoon, the new best number 23 rented it out for two memorable hours. In a performance that could only be described as Michael Jordanesque in nature, LeBron James carried the Cleveland Cavaliers to a 121-98 rout that left the Chicago Bulls on the brink of elimination in their Eastern Conference playoff series. The Cavaliers lead the best-of-seven affair, 3-1, and they can put the Bulls and the series to bed in Cleveland on Tuesday night. James finished with 37 points, 12 rebounds, 11 assists, two steals, one blocked shot and one prediction. “We’re going home to win the series,” he said to anyone within earshot en route to the locker room afterward. “This will be the last time you’ll see us in Chicago.” After the way that James played at both ends of the court, nobody was heard to argue with him. In Game Four LBJ debuted the Black/White/Red colorway of the Nike LeBron VII P.S.
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