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  • LeBron James dominates in his return to Cleveland as Lakers edge Cavs

    Once the video tribute ended, a simple sentiment filled the giant scoreboard. Against a black backdrop, giant white letters delivered the heartfelt message. Cleveland wanted to say something. "THANK YOU, LeBRON," it said. Eight years after he was treated rather harshly, LeBron James was welcomed back properly. Back on the court where he performed for 11 seasons, and under the title banner he helped raise, James returned to Cleveland and rallied the Lakers to a 109-105 win Wednesday night....

    SFGate
  • LeBron 'battling' when to defer or dominate

    "That's the challenge I've been kind of battling with since the season started," James said after scoring a game-high 38 against the Pacers. "How much do I defer and allow some of our young guys to figure out, and how much do I try to take over games?"

    ESPN.com
  • Magic on LeBron usage: Don't want Cavs model

    Magic Johnson reiterated the Lakers will continue to lighten LeBron James' load compared to how he was utilized in Cleveland.

    ESPN.com
  • LeBron James plays just enough to beat Cavs

    LeBron James felt only love at home.

    philstar.com
  • Cleveland thanks LeBron, who carries Lakers past Cavs

    Once the video tribute ended, a simple sentiment filled the giant scoreboard. Against a black backdrop, giant white letters delivered the heartfelt message. Cleveland wanted to say something. "THANK YOU, … Click to Continue

    charlotteobserver
  • LeBron steers Lakers past Cavs in Cleveland return

    Making his first trip back to Cleveland since leaving for the second time as a free agent, LeBron James was welcomed like a hero and rallied the Los Angeles Lakers to a 109-105 victory over the Cavaliers.

    philstar.com
  • Irving scores 29 as Celtics rout Cavs 128-95

    BOSTON  — Kyrie Irving scored 29 points in the first three quarters and the Celtics topped their season scoring high for the second straight game, routing the Cleveland Cavaliers 128-95 Friday night. Marcus Morris scored 15, Jayson Tatum had 13 points and Aron Baynes finished with 10 points and nine rebounds for the Celtics, who had all five starters score in double figures and broke 100 points before the fourth quarter. Boston took the game over in the third quarter, […]

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