LeBron remains game-time decison

Heat star nursing broken nose

By David Lang - Executive Producer
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MIAMI - LeBron James remains a game-time decision for Sunday's showdown with the Chicago Bulls.

Of his nose, LeBron said, "It's been better."

LeBron said, "Hopefully it'll get better in the next day.  If not, we're not going to rush it, I'm not going to rush it."

LeBron said he is feeling better than when it happened.

LeBron was hit in the nose in the fourth quarter of the Heat's game with Oklahoma City.

He said he's "more probable than anything, but we'll see what happens."

The last time he wore a mask, he was 19-years old.

LeBron said it's impacting his breathing.

LeBron said that wearing a mask is not something you "make long-term" because "it's very uncomfortable."

LeBron took some ribbing from teammates, he said "lotta funny guys on this team, lotta funny guys."

While LeBron did not think it was a malicious play, he did think it was a foul.

LeBron was pressed about his status for the Bulls game Sunday, he said, "I am an Erik Spoelstra game-time decision."

If the Bulls game were on Saturday, LeBron said he would not play.

LeBron said he's supposed to get fitted for a mask on Saturday.

LeBron was asked about reports of SpaceJam 2, he said "It's news to me... If I had an opportunity, that would be great.  But that's news to me."

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