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Put the ball in the hands of the world's best player. Win or lose with four-time NBA MVP LeBron James trying to make a play.
That's exactly what Miami Heat coach Erik Spoelstra did, and James, as he does more and more as his career unfolds, delivered, scoring the Heat's final four points, including the winning layup as time expired in overtime for a 103-102 victory against the Indiana Pacers in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference finals.
It didn't a take brilliant coach to get James the ball. But it did take a solid play call from Spoelstra on the final play of the game, questionable coaching decisions by Pacers coach Frank Vogel — namely Roy Hibbert's curious absence on Miami's final two possessions — and an MVP move and finish from James.
Brian Urlacher, former Chicago Bears All-Pro linebacker, announced his retirement from the NFL via Twitter on Wednesday, three days shy of his 35th birthday.
Urlacher was an unsigned free agent but spent his entire career in Chicago and retires as a Bear.
“After spending a lot of time this spring thinking about my NFL future, I have made a decision to retire,” Urlacher wrote in a statement.
“Although I could continue playing, I’m not sure I would bring a level of performance or passion that’s up to my standards. When considering this, along with the fact that I could retire after a 13-year career wearing only one jersey for such a storied franchise, my decision became pretty clear. I want to thank all of the people in my life that have helped me along the way. I will miss my teammates, my coaches and the great Bears fans. I’m proud to say that I gave all of you everything I had every time I took the field. I will miss this great game, but I leave it with no regrets.”
His statement originally came in a tweet. Urlacher is reported to have state that he didn't wnat to play for anyone else though he had been unsuccessfully negotiating with other NFL teams for the past month