Cleveland Cavaliers forward LeBron James has made plenty of money from endorsement deals during the course of his 14 seasons in the NBA. However, in one particular situation, he left about $15 million on the table and cast his lot instead with a fledgling operation with no guarantee that the latter endeavor would succeed.
It looks like we finally have the answer to the age old question of who wears short shorts? The answer interestingly enough is the King himself: LeBron James.
Cleveland Cavaliers head coach Tyronn Lue is preparing his team for the next round of this year's NBA Playoffs in a variety of different ways. The Cavs dispatched the Indiana Pacers in their first-round matchup in a four-game sweep.
Here we go Brownies, one more time
Lue had some strong words at Wednesday's practice.
On Tuesday night, members of Cleveland City Council met before a packed house to vote on a $140 million proposal that would renovate Quicken Loans Arena.
James stood to make $14 million in the deal.
As the Cleveland Cavaliers progress in the postseason, some pundits have expressed concern about the amount of minutes that LeBron James has been playing. Their considered belief is that playing until mid-June will result in James' energy level dropping to a point that proves fatal to the team's hopes of repeating as NBA champions.
Most NBA fans and analysts consider LeBron James to be the greatest basketball player on Earth. The Kid from Akron is also known for his various charitable acts with The LeBron James Family Foundation and I Promise network (to name a couple).
Cleveland Cavaliers forward Tristan Thompson may have had his consecutive games played streak come to an end, but he isn't letting that bring him down. Via Joe Vardon of cleveland.com: Knowing I've got another nine more years I've got to play consecutive games to (catch) A.C.