CHARLOTTE, N.C. – The Charlotte Bobcats will have to figure out a way to stop LeBron James if they hope to win their first playoff game in franchise history.
That's something they've not yet been able to figure out.
The Heat are 15-0 against the Bobcats since James signed with a Miami as a free agent in 2010. Charlotte, the No. 7 seed in the Eastern Conference, will play the second-seeded Heat in a best-of-seven series that begins Sunday in Miami.
James is averaging a whopping 37.7 points per game in four games this season against the Bobcats, buoyed by a career-high 61 points on March 3.
Bobcats guard Gerald Henderson called James the "best player in the world" and says it will take a total team effort for the Bobcats to win.