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NBA All-Star Game: LeBron James reflects on life, legacy

LeBron James

NEW YORK — LeBron James sat at a small desk inside a preschool classroom in Harlem surrounded by books like “The Little Engine That Could,” scribbled crayon artwork on the walls and an alphabet chart. He didn’t look the least bit out of place. In fact, the setting suited him perfectly. “If I could be Read More…

LeBron James unanimously elected first vice president of NBA Players Association

NEW YORK — LeBron James is about to play a new power position — vice president. The Cavaliers star was unanimously elected first vice president of the National Basketball Players Association on Friday, giving the game’s top player a leadership role within a union set to square off in the future with the league’s owners Read More…

LeBron James scores 31 but has 8 turnovers as Cavaliers stumble against Bulls

Chicago Bulls guard Derrick Rose drives and scores past Cleveland Cavaliers' James Jones, left, and LeBron James during the second half of an NBA basketball game Thursday in Chicago. The Bulls won 113-98. (AP Photo/Charles Rex Arbogast)

CHICAGO — Derrick Rose drove hard to the rim and heard those familiar “MVP! MVP!” chants from the crowd. The star point guard was in top form, and so were the Bulls. Rose scored 30 points, and Chicago handed Cleveland just its second loss in 16 games, beating the Cavaliers 113-98 Thursday night. The Cavaliers, Read More…

Cavaliers Notes: LeBron James is center of attention

Cleveland Cavaliers' LeBron James drives past Miami Heat’s Luol Deng during the first quarter Wednesday in Cleveland. (AP Photo/Tony Dejak)

CLEVELAND — There will be one NBA game tonight: LeBron James and the Cavaliers will play in Chicago on TNT. Everyone else will have started the All-Star break. “In the last seven or so years, I’ve always played on that last Thursday before the break,” James said Wednesday before a game against the Miami Heat at Read More…

Fun continues in romp over Miami, as Cavaliers win 10th straight at home

Cleveland Cavaliers Timofey Mozgov dunks the ball in front of Miami Heat’s Hassan Whiteside during the second quarter Wednesday. Mosgov scored the team-high 20 points for the Cavaliers 113-93 win over the Heat. (AP Photo/Tony Dejak)

CLEVELAND — Timofey Mozgov was on the receiving end of a lot of passes that led to dunks, but it was the one the 7-foot Russian threw in the first period Wednesday that had everyone talking. Finding himself with the ball in transition on the left side of the court, Mozgov lofted a long alley-oop Read More…

Commentary: Hatred for Heat gone as LeBron James, Cavaliers keep rolling

Cleveland Cavaliers' LeBron James shoots against Miami Heat’s Chris Andersen Wednesday. (AP Photo/Tony Dejak)

The vitriol is almost gone. So are the hard feelings about LeBron James’ defection to South Beach five years ago. Believe it or not, the Cavaliers’ 113-93 win over the Miami Heat was little more than a routine game on Wednesday night. Quicken Loans Arena was sold out and rocking, as usual, but the hatred Read More…

Cavaliers: Kevin Love says he has no issue with LeBron James after controversial tweet

LeBron James and Kevin Love talk on the bench during a game earlier this season. AP FILE PHOTO

INDEPENDENCE — There are no problems between Cavaliers small forward LeBron James and power forward Kevin Love. Love said so Tuesday following practice at Cleveland Clinic Courts. “I talk to LeBron every day,” Love said. “I know there has to be some sort of an angle and you guys have deadlines to make and it’s Read More…

Cavaliers: LeBron James backtracks on tweet apparently directed at teammate Kevin Love

LeBron James

Cavaliers small forward LeBron James took to Twitter on Monday to chastise the media for reporting something he posted two days earlier. “I like u guys a lot (Media) but don’t try and make a story cause it looks good,” James tweeted. “If I have a problem with a teammate or anyone I’ll say (sic) Read More…

Cavaliers crush Lakers behind double-doubles from LeBron James, Kyrie Irving, Kevin Love

Cleveland Cavaliers' LeBron James shoots over Los Angeles Lakers' Wayne Ellington in the second quarter Sunday. (AP Photo/Mark Duncan)

CLEVELAND — What should a team do when its 12-game winning streak ends? For the Cavaliers, the answer was to get double-doubles from their three superstars and start another. Led by “The Big Three” of Kevin Love, LeBron James and Kyrie Irving, Cleveland had no trouble defeating the Los Angeles Lakers 120-105 Sunday in front Read More…

Brian Dulik: Cavaliers find out (Kevin) Love can conquer all … or at least the Lakers

Cleveland Cavaliers' Kevin Love, center, tries to shoot against Los Angeles Lakers' Tarik Black in the first quarter Sunday. (AP Photo/Mark Duncan)

Kevin Love insisted he didn’t do anything differently Sunday against the Los Angeles Lakers. The results — and his noticeable uptick in energy — indicated otherwise. The All-NBA power forward scored a season-high 32 points, grabbed 10 rebounds and buried seven 3-pointers as the Cavaliers crushed Los Angeles 120-105 at Quicken Loans Arena. Love showcased Read More…