Byline: Scott Andera
LeBron James is living the dream.
After leaving high school for the NBA as the top pick in the draft and signing a $90 million deal with Nike, the 18-year-old took jersey No. 23 _ appropriate for a player widely hyped as the NBA's next Michael Jordan. Not bad for a guy who hasn't sat on the bench for a regular-season game yet.
Now that James has turned pro, every part of his on-court play becomes fair game for critics, such as TNT's Charles Barkley.
"Right now, he can't shoot," Barkley said. "He has an unbelievable body, but it's going to take a couple of years to put it all together. The NBA has done him a disservice …