You can check out this interview with Lebron here: http://www.si.com/nba/2014/07/11/lebron-james-cleveland-cavaliers

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From NBA.com staff reports

Free-agents could sign deals yesterday and we saw some movement on that front Thursday, but the guys everyone is waiting to hear from — LeBron James and Carmelo Anthony — still haven’t revealed their choice. We’re here to keep up with everything going on in the free-agency world, so be sure to check back often …

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Update, 12:17 p.m. — LE BRON IS GOING TO CLEVELAND

He tells Sports Illustrated in an exclusive.

Update, 11:58 a.m. — Report: Letter a non-issue?

News about LeBron James, Dan Gilbert and the impact of Gilbert’s letter posted to the Cavs’ website four years ago are flying about. Yahoo! Sports’ Dan Wetzel has an update on just what that letter might…

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James says Heat needs to fill holes in team.

LEBRON JAMES – Exit interview.

“there’s obviously holes that need to be filled”

Lebron James is too hard on himself.

You gotta give this guy credit:

He’s been in 5 NBA Finals.
4 in a row, two championships.
4 MVP trophies.
10x All Star.

There’s no reason why the media should be giving him grief.
He’s already accomplished so much. Is it only because of the comparison to Michael Jordan? Lebron James has his own greatness to him and there’s no need for him to worry about his place on Mount Rushmore.

For Ginobili, a slam and sweet redemption

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By Jeff Caplan, NBA.com

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VIDEO: Play of the Day: Manu Ginobili muscles past Ray Allen and slams over Chris Bosh

SAN ANTONIO — If a year’s worth of bottled-up anger, frustration and guilt could be flushed in a single play, Manu Ginobili accomplished it Sunday night with a powerful drive against Ray Allen, finished by a thunderous, mouth-agape, left-handed throw-down over Chris Bosh.

The AT&T Center erupted with such force that shockwaves were surely felt in Ginobili’s native Argentina.

Earlier in the season, the 36-year-old Ginobili tried such a maneuver and strained a hamstring. Just a few weeks ago against Oklahoma City, he did it again and got blocked, badly, as he recalled it. His San Antonio Spurs teammates teased him.

“They actually made me promise that I wasn’t going to try that again, and I said, ‘Yes, I won’t try that again,'” Ginobili said following

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