A Space Jam Reboot? LeBron James to team up with Warner Brothers

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Is King James morphing into the new King of All Media? Cleveland Cavaliers forward LeBron James is coming off of a whirlwind season on the court, but one that also saw him be the feature of Bleacher Report’s Uninterrupted video series; his production company, SpringHill Entertainment, saw the launch of a television show, Survivor’s Remorse;

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Minor League news: Clint Frazier MiLB CF-of-the-week, Bradley Zimmer continues hot July

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With the 2015 Cleveland Indians continuing to have a gigantic hole in center field both offensively and defensively, Clint Frazier and Bradley Zimmer are competing against each other to be the Indians long-term solution. Clint Frazier has fallen behind in that competition as Frazier remains in the High-A Carolina League for the Lynchburg Hillcats, while

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Browns rookies report for training camp with raised expectations

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Think of it like the first day of school—except not really at all, because half of the freshmen are over 300 pounds and there are quizzes about formations instead of fractions. Today, the Cleveland Browns’ 2015 rookie class reports to Berea for its first day of training camp. The Browns’ 12 overall draft picks were the

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Vice President LeBron James steps up his players’ union participation

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“So, LeBron James, Steph Curry and Chris Paul walk into the Four Seasons…” It might sound like the start of a very good joke—or of a very big-budget commercial—but it actually happened on Monday in Las Vegas, when members of the NBA Players Association gathered for summer meetings at the Four Seasons hotel. Notably in

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Mozgov on how he started playing hoops in Russia: “I was taller than everybody”

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In an interview with Franklyn Calle of SLAM, Cleveland Cavaliers center Timofey Mozgov explained how he started playing the game of basketball, among other things, most of which he started a bit later than his peers. Following an offseason that has already included the Cavaliers picking up Mozgov’s $5 million team option for next season

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Farewell, Sweet Perk: Kendrick Perkins reportedly signs with New Orleans Pelicans

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Veteran center Kendrick Perkins has reportedly agreed to a one-year deal to join the New Orleans Pelicans, bringing his storied Cleveland Cavaliers career to an end. His final numbers as a Cav: 17 games played with 2.6 points, 2.4 rebounds, 1.6 fouls, and 1.2 turnovers per game. Perk joined the Cavs in February after being

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Report: Cavs sign veteran swingman Richard Jefferson

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Hands up if you saw this one coming: the Cavs are reportedly signing veteran small forward Richard Jefferson. ESPN’s Marc Stein was first with the report, with NEOMG’s Chris Haynes and the Akron Beacon Journal’s Jason Lloyd confirming and adding that it’s a one-year deal for the veteran’s minimum, worth a shade under $1.5 million.1 Jefferson had

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Are the Mets eying up Ryan Raburn and David Murphy?

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It would appear that the rest of the baseball world is considering the Cleveland Indians’ front office sellers as the league’s trade deadline nears. On Monday, it was a FOX Sports speculating about Brandon Moss; today, it’s Joel Sherman of the NY Post who thinks that the New York Mets could be targeting the other

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Rumors of discord between Mike Pettine and Ray Farmer over staff member’s release

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Now these are the Browns we know and love — dysfunction, in-house battles, utter chaos — that’s the good stuff. Er, maybe. Head coach Mike Pettine and general manager Ray Farmer are rumored to be at odds over the recent release of former director of player engagement Jamil Northcutt, per Tony Grossi. Northcutt was hired last April, replacing former

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Could Indians be looking to trade Jose Ramirez?

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The Cleveland Indians are in an odd situation when it comes to the upcoming trade deadline. Yes, they’re a disappointing team sitting at 44-47. They remain only 5.5 games out of a wild card spot. Are they a buyer or a seller? Regardless of arbitrary titles, there is some hope with the development of rookies

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J.R. Smith to meet with Cavaliers this week

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In what has been a quiet free agency for J.R. Smith, the guard said that he will meet with the Cavaliers later this week to discuss a new deal, in an interview with Joe Vardon of the Northeast Ohio Media Group. When Smith declined his $6.4 million dollar player option for the 2015-16 season on

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James Jones to re-sign: “I’ll be back in Cleveland for sure”

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On the red carpet of the first Players’ Awards show in Las Vegas on Sunday, Cleveland Cavaliers forward and three-point specialist James Jones told Joe Vardon of Cleveland.com that he will be a Cavalier next season. “I’ll be back in Cleveland for sure,” Jones said. A 34-year old free agent, it was unclear if Jones

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Terrelle Pryor working with Josh Gordon and Randy Moss in mission to become a receiver

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While Terrelle Pryor has faced a lot of skepticism in his football career, he seems very committed to making it as an NFL receiver. We recently saw Pryor showing off his workouts to improve his footwork. And now we’re getting pictures of some of the people that Terrelle Pryor is working with to try and

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Fangraphs Trade Value Rankings: Four Indians make top 50

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Fangraphs released their annual trade value rankings over the All-Star break that attempts to gauge the most valuable players in MLB as a function of talent, age, and contract status. So, younger players with more team control will usually win out over older players even if the youth have statistics that lag slightly behind as

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Beyond money, Sasha Kaun is interested in winning with the Cavaliers

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You can’t teach height. That’s not only one of the most hackneyed basketball cliches known to human kind, it’s also absolutely 100% true. The Cavaliers could always use some more height, thus the signing of Kendrick Perkins for the stretch run a season ago. As Perkins still sits unsigned in NBA free agency, the Cavaliers

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LeBron’s jersey from Game 1 and 2 of the Finals sold for $46k

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Following one of the most impressive NBA Finals performances in the history of the NBA, Cleveland Cavaliers point-forward LeBron James’ navy jersey from Game 1 and Game 2 was sold on Friday, According to Darren Rovell of ESPN, James’ jersey sold for $46,000. In Game One: 44, 8, 6 – He may receive some criticism

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What really happened with LeBron James in the 2010 NBA Playoffs?

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One of the most popular Cleveland Cavaliers conspiracy question marks will forever be what happened to LeBron James in 2010 in the series with the Celtics. Move over Delonte West and forget about alleged trades involving the Suns and J.J. Hickson, the one we’ll probably talk about forever is LeBron James, the Celtics, his elbow

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State of the Indians: President Mark Shapiro on all things Tribe

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The Cleveland Indians are nearing the end of the mid-summer All-Star break of a relatively disappointing campaign that has seen them start the year 42-46 and in a tie for last place in the AL Central division. Indians president Mark Shapiro recently sat down with Marla Ridenour of the Akron Beacon Journal to discuss the 2015

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Matthew Dellavedova reportedly seeking $4 million per year deal

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The kid from down under is trying to get over. Matthew Dellavedova is a restricted free agent, and there has reportedly been little progress between he and the Cavs on a new contract. The 6-foot-4 guard is on the hunt for a multiyear contract, according to Sports Illustrated‘s Chris Mannix. A restricted free agent, Dellavedova is

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LeBron James to present Jimmy V Award at ESPYS

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Cavaliers star LeBron James may win some awards at Wednesday night’s ESPY Awards, but he will also present a big one: the Jim Valvano Award for Perseverance, a/k/a the Jimmy V Award. The 2015 recipient is Five-year-old Leah Still, daughter of Cincinnati Bengals defensive lineman Devon Still, Last June, Leah was diagnosed last year with neuroblastoma stage

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