CLEVELAND, Ohio -- Mo Williams could be in his last week as a member of the Cavaliers. Williams, 33, a 13-year veteran and former All-Star who played a supporting role in the Cavs' 2016 NBA championship, is strongly considering retirement, multiple sources told cleveland.com.
CLEVELAND, Ohio -- A digital-only sitcom created by LeBron James' growing media empire about two washed up quarterbacks who try their hand at broadcasting is ready to go. Now We're Talking, starring Tommy Dewey ( Casual, The Mindy Project) and Tug Coker ( The Office) will debut Sept.
CLEVELAND, Ohio -- Tristan Thompson's tour through Toronto and its neighboring communities with the Larry O'Brien trophy in tow this week was unique for a few reasons -- and only one of them was the pose he struck with the trophy between him and the Toronto Raptors' biggest fan.
CLEVELAND, Ohio - LeBron James said his "dream is to actually own" an NBA team, thus declaring for himself a potentially concrete path when his illustrious career comes to an end and he has a large financial fortune at his disposal.
SANDUSKY, Ohio - LeBron James used his annual gathering of about 5,000 students, family members, and friends of his foundation's child mentoring program at Cedar Point to reinforce his message of community building from a stirring speech he delivered last month at the ESPYs.
CLEVELAND, Ohio - LeBron James will host his annual pre-training camp workouts for his Cavaliers teammates in Los Angeles in September, multiple sources told cleveland.com. Since James returned to Cleveland in 2014, he's gathered the Cavs to prepare for the upcoming season with a series of informal workouts that typically start around Labor Day.
CLEVELAND, Ohio - Cavs coach Tyronn Lue is returning all but one of his assistants from his rookie year, when he directed Cleveland to its first NBA championship. Lue signed a five-year, $35 million deal with the Cavs last month, which enabled the front office to proceed with the business of signing most of Lue's assistants - who were also without contracts.
CLEVELAND, Ohio - Well, that was fast. LeBron James already signed his three-year, $100 million contract to remain with the Cavs. James, gone from northeast Ohio all summer traveling in Europe, Hawaii, and Las Vegas and living in Los Angeles, returned Friday and signed the deal he had agreed to with the Cavs only a day before.
CLEVELAND, Ohio -- The Cavs are of course defending champs, and ear expected to at least return to the Finals for a third consecutive season. So how tough could their 2016-17 schedule really be? Cleveland.com's Joe Vardon breaks it down in the video above.
LeBron James has for years been heralded as the NBA's best player, and now he'll be paid like him. James and the Cavs agreed to a three-year, $100 million deal on Thursday, ending a free agency for James that was void of any drama as to where he might land.
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Selecting a term
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