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|10/25/2014||Mike Conley, PG MEM|
LeBron James, SF CLE
Nene, C WAS
|Jose Calderon, PG NY|
LaMarcus Aldridge, PF POR
Carmelo Anthony, SF NY
|10/23/2014||Mike Conley, PG MEM|
Kevin Durant, SF OKC
|LeBron James, SF CLE|
|10/22/2014||Eric Bledsoe, PG PHO|
Kevin Love, PF CLE
|Klay Thompson, SG GS|
LeBron James, SF CLE
|Last 10 Games|
Cavaliers star LeBron James talks forgiveness for Dan Gilbert
|by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com|
|(10/16/14) Cavaliers superstar LeBron James usually raises eyebrows with his athleticism, but he raised a few Thursday with his words about his once-stormy relationship with owner Dan Gilbert.
Some believed James would never return to Cleveland after a written Gilbert rant following his departure to Miami. But James has stated that he's a better man for having forgiven Gilbert.
"As a man, if you've got a problem with somebody, you sit down face to face and you talk to them eye to eye," James said. "And you hash it out and move on. So, I think a lot of things that go on in life or in sports with people kind of holding grudges is because they're afraid to actually take a step forward. It's a fine line between pride and progress, and I'm on the progress side. I'm not on the pride side."
James also spoke about his inability to recruit players to come to Cleveland before he left. That has certainly changed, given the arrival of fellow star forward Kevin Love and others, including Shawn Marion, on to the current roster.
"I recruited (before) I left here, but I just didn't win nothing so nobody wanted to play me," he said. "I recruited. I recruited Michael Redd. I recruited Joe Johnson. I recruited Chris Bosh. I recruited a lot of guys. I just didn't win, and they didn't want to come to Cleveland. So, I guess me winning two championships, it helped out a lot."
LeBron James getting a rest Tuesday, will play Wednesday
|by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com|
|(10/14/14) Cavaliers coach Dave Blatt told reporters star forward LeBron James will sit out Tuesday's preseason game against the Bucks due to rest. Blatt added James will be back in the lineup Wednesday against the Pacers.
Cavs' Lebron James scores seven against former team
|by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com|
|(10/11/14) Cavaliers forward LeBron James dropped seven points on his former team Saturday.
James shot just 2 of 8 from the floor. He made a bigger impact in the passing game, dishing out eight assists. James was also involved in a strange defensive play where he seemed to set a pick on a Cleveland teammate.
Cavaliers' LeBron James expected to make preseason debut Sunday
|by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com|
|(10/4/14) Cavaliers forward LeBron James returned to Friday's night portion of practice and also participated in practice Saturday. He is expected to make his preseason debut Sunday against Maccabi Tel Aviv, according to the Cleveland Plain Dealer. James is nursing a minor back injury, which is not expected to be a serious issue.
LeBron James sits out morning practice
|by R.J. White | CBSSports.com|
|(10/3/14) Cavaliers forward LeBron James sat out the team's morning practice session Friday, FOXSports.com reports.
"We wanted to give him a little bit of a break. We may do more of that," coach David Blatt said. "These are guys with multiple years on their resume and on their legs, so we're trying to be careful and smart with them."
James is dealing with a minor back issue. Blatt also indicated that James and other veterans could potentially sit out games during the regular season for the purpose of rest and maintenance.
|After four years spent contending for titles in Miami, LeBron James returned to Cleveland as a free agent this summer, with the expectation he will be able to lead his original team to the promised land. James has grown considerably as a player since he left Cleveland, as he posted a career-high 56.7 percent mark from the field while turning into an elite three-point shooter with Miami. He returns to a Cleveland team in desperate need of a centerpiece, but he should have more help there than he did last season in Miami. However, James did fall off a bit statistically last season, averaging just 6.3 assists and 6.9 rebounds per game, his lowest combined average since his fourth season in the league. James finished third in Fantasy scoring this season and is unlikely to challenge Kevin Durant for the top spot, but he should be the second or third player off the board in nearly all leagues on Draft Day.
(Updated 8/26/14) |
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