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ESPN analyst Chris Broussard reported yesterday that he learned through “independent sources” that people associated with LeBron James contacted ESPN about airing a one-hour TV special tomorrow night to showcase the free agent’s impending decision.
The <a href="http://www.nydailynews.com/gossip/2010/06/28/2010-06-28_lebron_james.html">New York Daily News</a> reported on Monday that LeBron James, the King Ding-a-Ling in the NBA free agent class, was in New York last Friday to enjoy a night on the town.
With three days remaining until the beginning of the biggest, most super duperest NBA free agency period in the history of sports, it’s time for our favorite game – Everyone Has a Source.
At a press conference last night, Michigan State University President Lou Anna K.
While no NBA team is allowed to court any of this year’s mega-super-duper-star free agents until July 1, famous fans of the New York Knicks have taken it upon themselves to unite and woo the alpha dog of the 2010 class, Dwayne Wade LeBron James.
While Dwayne Wade has apparently fortified his relationship with the Miami Heat by actively recruiting other superstars to come join him in South Florida, LeBron James continues his one-man mystery show.
Billionaire entertainment mogul David Geffen has been trying for years to purchase the Los Angeles Clippers, and despite his best efforts and promises to raise the franchise to greatness, current owner and selective renter Donald Sterling will not sell.
In a recent interview with Rolling Stone, Jay-Z admitted that he is not actively recruiting his close friend LeBron James to play for the New Jersey Nets, of which Jay-Z is a minority owner.
In a statement so simple it could have been printed on a Bazooka Joe comic or in Maxim Magazine, economist John Skorburg of the University of Illinois at Chicago has determined that LeBron James' presence in Chicago would net the city approximately $2.
The Cleveland Cavaliers have made it clear that they’ll do everything it takes to keep LeBron in the Mistake By the Lake, including firing the deceptively successful Mike Brown, despite open criticism of the front office from other Cavs stars like the tall guy and the one who passes the ball.
Calvin Murphy is best remembered as a NBA Hall of Fame guard for the Houston Rockets in the 1970s, as well as a longtime member of the Rockets' broadcast team.
The latest claim regarding LeBronzapalooza is that the self-dubbed King James is shopping for houses in upscale Highland Park, a prime choice for the wealthy athletes of Chicago.