Carmelo Anthony thinks he influenced LeBron to go back to Cleveland

You know why LeBron James decided he wanted to return home to Cleveland and attempt to finish what he started? Carmelo Anthony inspired him. How do we know this? Carmelo said so. During a recent chat with Michael Strahan for AdWeek, Anthony was asked if LeBron’s decision to return to the Cavaliers influenced him to […]

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Remembering LeBron James’ Best Moments from First Stint with Cleveland Cavaliers

LeBron James is back with the Cleveland Cavaliers, which means a return to prosperous times for the recently troubled franchise.

Whether it be from an individual or team standpoint, James brought a level of success to the Cavs that no one had ever accomplished before him. MVP awards, multiple playoff trips and even a Finals appearance headlined many of the highlights from James and the Cavaliers from 2003 to 2010.

Times were good in Cleveland and appear to be yet again.

Before he begins Round 2 with the Cavs, let’s take a look at a timeline of James’ seven best moments wearing the wine and gold.

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LeBron James showed up for Ohio State-Virginia Tech

James was on hand for the Buckeyes game.

      
 

 

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LeBron James Emerges from Ohio State Tunnel Before Buckeyes’ Battle with VA Tech

Coming from Ohio, NBA superstar LeBron James is a big Ohio State Buckeyes fan, so he wanted to get good seats for Saturday’s game against the Virginia Tech Hokies.

It looks like LeBron will be sitting on the sidelines for the game, as he was spotted coming out of the Ohio State tunnel before Saturday night’s game.

Now that LeBron has returned to the Cleveland Cavaliers, I’m sure the fans will be happy to see him at the game.

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LeBron backs Eric Bledsoe, tells Suns to ‘break bread’

The game’s best player, LeBron James, has his good friend Eric Bledsoe‘s back in terms of getting a max deal the explosive guard covets from the Phoenix Suns. While Bledsoe still remains unsigned, it’s likely that he’ll be going into next season playing under a one-year qualifying offer from the Suns. The Suns appear to be standing firm on not giving Bledsoe the max, despite the team saying they would match any deal offered to the former Kentucky Wildcat. One popular reason for the Suns not wanting to give Bledsoe a max deal is that he’s had two major knee surgeries and only played in 43 games last season. LeBron James seems to disagree with this notion as he posted a caption on Instagram after the two worked out. Great work today lil bro @ebled2!! Future All-Star in this league in no time. PHX break bread. #Klutch #Work #GymRats #StriveForGreatness Although the phrase “break bread” could mean a few different things, it seems that LeBron James is advocating for the Suns to give Bledsoe the dea

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6 Reasons LeBron James is the Greatest Ever

There is always talk about who is the best to ever play in the NBA, and the answer is always Michael Jordan, Kobe Bryant or LeBron James. Well if there was ever any doubt, LeBron James is on his way to being the king of the land.
There have been many factors making James the best, but the way he has evolved and grown as a player since first coming into the NBA back in 2003 is what really sets him apart. Here are the six reasons:
1. He’s in his prime. James will be 30 years old this upcoming season and still has at least 10-12 years left in him if he stays healthy. That is scary to think that the best player on the planet has that much time left in the NBA to put up even more elite stats. The way his career has been going, it will only go up from here.
Last season he averaged 27.1 points per game. Kobe Bryant’s career points average does not even reach that number as his is 25.5 points per game. James is getting better at picking apart defenses and scoring when he needs too, which sets him apart.
2. He is

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LeBron James to Suns: ‘break bread’ for Eric Bledsoe

James thinks that Phoenix should ‘break bread.’

      
 

 

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LeBron James Suggests Phoenix Suns ‘Break Bread’ with Eric Bledsoe

LeBron James isn’t just the best player in the world; he is also one of the most vocal players in the NBA. Now, he might dropping lines to get one of his peers paid.

The Phoenix Suns have yet to come to terms with restricted free agent Eric Bledsoe, which the Cleveland Cavaliers superstar has definitely noticed.

After working out with Bledsoe, James posted a picture with the following caption: ”Great work today lil bro @ebled2!! Future All-Star in this league in no time. PHX break bread. #Klutch #Work #GymRats #StriveForGreatness.”

The King has spoken. Let’s see if that speeds up the process at all.

[LeBron James]

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‘NBA 2K’ LeBron James Homecoming Remix Will Get Cavaliers Fans Hyped

LeBron James will once again be playing for the Cleveland Cavaliers this upcoming season, and this NBA 2K ”Homecoming” video should get James supporters and Cavaliers fans pretty pumped up for this season.

The video contains a familiar beat. Diddy and Skylar Grey’s “Coming Home“ has been James’ unofficial theme song since he announced his decision. Grey even performed the song during James’ homecoming party this summer. It was only fitting that part of the song made its way into this remix video.

Cavaliers fans still have a little bit longer to wait until James steps back onto the court as a Cavalier, but this video should help the time go by a little quicker.

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Artist Creates Lebron, Tiger and Paul Rodriguez Portraits Using Just Nike Swoosh

German graphic designer Andy Gellenberg recently did some impressive work with the following Nike-themed portraits.

Gellenberg created portraits of some of Nike’s biggest stars in LeBron James, Tiger Woods and Paul Rodriguez. Rather than just make life-like drawings, Gellenberg decided to make the portraits using just Nike swooshes. You can see the pictures of the three athletes below.

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