KD Puts LeBron on His Butt; LeBron Takes Out His Aggression on JaVale McGee (Video)

KD isn’t nervous about these NBA Finals, as he’s come out aggressive and looking to make a statement, like this baseline dunk on the Cavs. Whether LeBron slipped or not, Durant’s not scared, and JaVale McGee paid for it, with LeBron returning the favor and then some. Flip The Page To See Both Great Plays

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Teen With Terminal Cancer Gets His Wish to Meet LeBron after #KylesWish Goes Viral (Photos)

This is dope. Earlier this month, the hashtag #KylesWish went viral with the goal of helping 19-year-old Kyle Osborne, who has a rare form of cancer, meet LeBron James. With the King usually going black during the playoffs, the wish was deemed impossible by some, but as Kevin Garnett can attest, anything is possible. In

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LeBron James Foundation to Help Launch New Public School in Akron

It’s kind of hard to get on LeBron James for ignoring certain social issues, when he’s doing so much for the city of Akron. James and his foundation — according to USA Today — are teaming up with Akron Public Schools to create a new public school called the I Promise School. The school will

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LeBron on His Mom Being a ‘G’ & Helping Him Cheat to Pass The 4th Grade

Shout out to Ms. Gloria for the real assist. Richard Jefferson and Channing Frye’s “Road Trippin’ with R.J. and Channing” podcast is all the buzz, and the latest edition provided several interesting topics. Earlier today we reported on Kyrie Irving say that he didn’t like the movie ‘Get Out’ — causing Twitter to lose their

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Larry Sanders Agrees To Deal With Cavs

Larry Sanders is back in the NBA, and if the rim protector has anything left, Cleveland may forget all about that Bogut guy. Larry Sanders has agreed on a deal to make NBA return with the Cavaliers, w/ likely 2017-18 option date, league sources tell @TheVertical. — Shams Charania (@ShamsCharania) March 13, 2017 Sanders and

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Draymond Injures Marquese Chriss’ With Kick 1-Day After Scissor Kicking Harden (Video)

If he’s not actually kicking people on purpose, then Draymond Green needs to seek medical advise on a possible nerve imbalance. How else can we explain Green’s flailing legs taking down another opponent. On Saturday night at Oracle Arena, Green scissor kicked Phoenix Suns rookie Marquese Chriss’ in the hand early in the third quarter.

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LeBron honors World Series bet with Dwyane Wade, Wears full Cubs uniform (Video)

King James is a man of his word. After losing a bet with good friend and Chicago native Dwyane Wade when the Cubs defeated the Cleveland Indians in the World Series, James — with his Cavaliers in Chicago to visit Wade’s Bulls — dressed in a full Cubs uniform. The moment has FINALLY arrived! @KingJames

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Cavs Dance after Ohio State Pick 6 vs. Michigan (Video)

LeBron James has always expressed his love for Ohio State athletics, but now he has his Cavaliers all in as the Buckeyes battle Michigan in Columbus. After taking a bus from Cleveland to Columbus for the huge game, James, J.R. Smith, Tristan Thompson and others got super excited after Malik Hooker put Ohio State up

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Stan Van Gundy Reflects on His Use of The Word ‘Posse’

stan Van Gundy is doing some reflections, adn that’s always a good thing. The Pistons head coach says he has used the term ”posse” before, and it was always in regards to black players, not whites. His admission comes after LeBron James crushed Knicks President Phil Jackson for using the word in an interview to

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Cole Beasley on Why He Isn’t a Fan of LeBron & Being a Kobe Guy (Video

Cowboys wide receiver Cole Beasley ruffled some feathers when he made it clear that he’s not a fan of LeBron James, and wasn’t imitating the Cavs superstar with his TD celebration on Sunday against the Browns. Cole Beasley TD celebration pic.twitter.com/x5asc6LVsU — Steve Noah (@Steve_OS) November 6, 2016 Beasley raised eyebrows when he did a

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