The brand new House Jam film proves that LeBron James is a full-blown heel

LeBron James is a heel. All the new Space Jam film does is confirm something most of us already knew. The movie itself is terrible because it tries to pigeonhole James as a good guy when he’s most definitely not. His lines are forced, and his performance is lifeless. There was a reason Tim Curry was never cast as a hero.
The evil hotel concierge in Home Alone 2 just had a face and demeanor you knew was bad. Similarly, James has certain characteristics and mannerisms that make him unlikeable. However, he’s trying to be good in Space Jam. From his delivery to facial expression, the performance comes across as unbelievable.
That’s because LeBron James is a natural heel. Even when he is droning on about good and trying to save the world, you’re waiting for him to bust out a “Psych” and reveal that he is actually a bad guy. It Is what you want. James is at his best when he’s the villain.

Mike Zimmer is an American hero for his stance on COVID-19 vaccinations

Prepared to be triggered if you’re an anti-vaxxer. Mike Zimmer is an American hero for his stance on COVID-19 vaccinations. He didn’t politicize his take and the Minnesota Vikings Head Coach is certainly no bleeding-heart liberal.
This is a dude who built a hunting lodge in Kentucky after all. But Zimmer is a man who won’t tolerate bs. His press conferences are straightforward, and he calls it like he sees it. There is no agenda or hidden messages with him.
Which makes his take on COVID-19 vaccinations refreshingly honest. Too many people in the NFL are coddling anti-vaxxers despite the fact their decision is both illogical and dangerous. Thankfully, someone in the league spoke up on the subject. Here’s the statement that made Mike Zimmer as an American hero:

5 issues it’s possible you’ll not bear in mind about faculty soccer week 0

College football week 0 has never really been embraced by fans. And it’s certainly not for a lack of trying. We are now entering the fourth decade of teams scheduling these games with no real tradition to show for it. Basically, some schools play, some people watch and everyone moves on with their lives.
In the early days of week 0, it was a showcase event featuring two ranked teams. Playing in one of these contests provided schools with the ability to schedule 12 games that year. The luster of this wore off by the late 1990s and the unofficial start of college football vanished for 11 years.
Thanks to a little help from the Aussies, it’s back in 2021. Now we won’t be saying college football week 0 is better than ever. Not unless you missed the Battle of I-10 (that’s the rivalry between UTEP and New Mexico State). However, even if you love this year’s matchups, there still may be a few things you don’t remember about the opening weekend.