March 20, 2018: Health issues force Lue to take leave from Cavs
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Nothing has gone right for the Cavaliers this season, and now they will be without their leader for the foreseeable future. - Pel
LeBron: 'It's like losing one of your best players'
Lue hoping to return to Cavs well before playoffs
Kerr opens up about Lue taking leave of absence for health
Why LeBron must take on a larger role with Lue sidelined
Good news for Cavs: Kevin Love will return on Monday
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Joe Thomas issues heartfelt thanks to supporters after retiring
Thomas getting his own holiday in Cleveland
Hue Jackson: Thomas will still have locker, seat on plane for road trips
Report: Thomas ‘could be a wild-card choice’ for Monday Night Football
John Calipari on road to Final Four: ‘Forget the seeds’
Tom Izzo says he has no plans to leave Michigan State
NCAA issues will keep Larry Brown from joining Hardaway’s staff
Report: Dan Hurley close to becoming UConn coach
UMBC preparing offer to try to keep coach Ryan Odom
"I guess my name has to be Jordan Spieth" - Patrick Reed
2018 Masters shaping up to be one for the books
WATCH: Saquon Barkley does insane core workout
Browns sign Carlos Hyde, but still could draft Barkley with No. 1 pick
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2018 NFL first-round mock draft
10 worst deals from the NFL free agency frenzy
All the major coaching changes in the NFL in 2018
The 'Every last cent' quiz
Becky Hammon turns down Colorado St. to remain with Spurs
Kawhi Leonard needs clearance from his New York doctors
Pau Gasol does not want fans to criticize Kawhi
How the Spurs can sign LeBron James
The 'Kawhi so serious?' quiz
"It was good meat. No more bull.” - Martin Perez
Best, worst and most puzzling moves of the MLB offseason
Top 10 players at every position for the 2018 season
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The 'Alexander the scoring great' quiz
Winners & losers from the NCAA Tournament's opening rounds
Loyola's Sister Jean was most-tweeted person from NCAA Tournament
Sister Jean offers hilarious quote about newfound fame
Get ready for these Sweet 16 matchups
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