Found February 17, 2012 on
I spent all of last season specifically focused on detailing the progress of the NBA's worst team ever. At times it became mundane, but we eventually invented enough things to keep the comments we posted here specifically centered on the Cleveland Cavaliers. We invented a nickname for a rookie shooting guard, and a series highlighting a long list of Cavaliers legends like Harold Miner that he passed on his way up the scoring ranks. What we didn't want to do, and I didn't want to do, was talk about the guy who just left all the time. It just didn't feel healthy to me. In some ways, doing so maybe would've maybe gotten this site about a thousand or so more hits everyday. I don't really know on that number specifically, but I never really cared. For me, the only way to move past what happened, and re-establish a healthy fandom in regards to this Cavaliers team I rooted for long before he ever arrived, was to focus on what was here in front of us. The now, the fu...
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CLEVELAND (AP) -- LeBron James scored 28 in his third game back to Cleveland as a visitor, Dwyane Wade added 22 and the Miami Heat won their fifth straight -- all on the road -- by destroying the Cavaliers 111-87 on Friday night.
James, booed loudly every time he touched the ball by fans who haven't forgiven him for leaving two years ago, scored 16 in the third quarter when...
CLEVELAND -- The Cavaliers have had nights like this at home before, and they've had them this season.
They've been drubbed by Eastern Conference contenders Philadelphia and Chicago, and lost to likely non-playoff teams such New Jersey, Golden State and Milwaukee.
But their 111-87 defeat to the Miami Heat probably hurts more because LeBron James plays for the other team...
They're outraged in Miami about LeBron James saying he would play for the Cavaliers again, right? Mildly peeved? They heard about it, didn't they?
Cavs have one last chance to stop LeBron and the Heat this season
The LeBron James circus is in town Friday as the Miami Heat (23-7, 2nd in the East) and the Cleveland Cavaliers (11-16, 10th in the East) square off for the final time this season.
In each of the first two matchups between these two teams, the Cavaliers played tough, hanging in there with Miami through 3+ quarters...
Coach Byron Scott wonders how his team can be 'scared of another man' after LeBron James scores 28 points in just three quarters in the Heat's 111-87 rout of the timid Cavs at The Q.
Ten years ago this week, the nation met LeBron James when he appeared on the cover of Sports Illustrated, hailed as "The Chosen One" as a high school junior.
LeBron James scored 28 in his third game back to Cleveland as a visitor, Dwyane Wade added 22 and the Miami Heat won their fifth straight -- all on the road -- by destroying the Cavaliers 111-87 on Friday night. James, booed loudly every time he touched the ball by fans who haven't forgiven him for leaving two years ago, scored 16 in the third quarter when the Heat opened a 34-point lead.
LeBron James says he wouldn't rule out playing again for the Cleveland Cavaliers.
Whether he's playing mind games or just buttering up to Cleveland Cavaliers fans, Miami Heat star LeBron James said he wouldn't rule out a return to the Forest City in the future to play for the team that drafted him No. 1 overall back in 2003.
The Heat’s James Jones will defend his title in the three-point contest against a field that includes All-Stars Kevin Love and Joe Johnson and teammate Mario Chalmers.
Jeremy Lin will play in the Rising Stars Challenge after all.