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Plain Dealer 12 hours ago

Cleveland Cavaliers, LeBron James heading to NBA Finals as they are at their best when it means the most -- Terry Pluto (photos)

LeBron James is going to the NBA Finals for the sixth consecutive time ... making history for himself and the Cleveland Cavaliers.
Plain Dealer 19 hours ago
LeBron James and revenge factor await either Golden State or Oklahoma City in NBA Finals

LeBron James and revenge factor await either Golden State or Oklahoma City in NBA Finals

Either LeBron James and the Cavs will be looking for revenge, or they'll try to prevent it, depending on who they play in the 2016 NBA Finals.
Chronicle-Telegram May 29, 2016

Commentary: Cavaliers, LeBron James give Cleveland something to believe in

So what we have here is the greatest all-around player on the planet, maybe — probably — ever, playing at peak efficiency, surrounded by a cast of players playing, as a unit, as great as they’ve played all season. This is so not Cleveland. Except that it is. Believe THAT, Believeland. The NBA Finals can’t Read More... The post Commentary: Cavaliers, LeBron James give Cleveland something to believe in appeared first on Chronicle-Telegram.
Akron Beacon Journal May 28, 2016
With healthy roster, Big Three clicking, LeBron hopes to lead Cavs to promised land

With healthy roster, Big Three clicking, LeBron hopes to lead Cavs to promised land

TORONTO: The last time the Cavaliers celebrated a trip to the NBA Finals, Kyrie Irving was in a knee brace and Kevin Love was in a sling. LeBron James was the only healthy member of the Big Three, but even he had battled injury problems throughout the season. All of that has changed now. The Cavs survived the first three rounds of the playoffs with little more than nicks and scrapes and will enter Game 1 of the NBA Finals Thursday with a fully healthy roster. That has all three stars excited at the possibilities after James acknowledged that despite it being his first year back in Cleveland,...
Akron Beacon Journal May 28, 2016
Cavs reporter Jason Lloyd’s busy day

Cavs reporter Jason Lloyd’s busy day

Covering the Cleveland Cavaliers may seem glamorous. It’s LeBron James.It’s the NBA.It’s travel.It’s fun.But the reality is that it takes a lot of hard work and long days.Think about 48,585 airline miles, driving 9,129 miles and spending 71 nights in a hotel over an 82-game regular season. That does not include a playoff run that can last up to two months.Welcome to the world of Jason Lloyd, the Beacon Journal’s Cavs writer. As an experienced reporter when he joined the Beacon Journal in 2010 — he worked for the Associated Press, ESPN.com, Cleveland Magazine and the (Lorain)...
Plain Dealer May 28, 2016
LeBron James in the NBA Finals has become routine, and that's extraordinary -- Bud Shaw's Sports Spin

LeBron James in the NBA Finals has become routine, and that's extraordinary -- Bud Shaw's Sports Spin

LeBron James will play in his sixth consecutive NBA FInals. We should pause here before the final matchup dominates the conversation to appreciate a great accomplishment -- Bud Shaw's Sports Spin

Hyde: Has LeBron lowered expectations so he doesn't need title?

Whatever happens in the NBA Finals, whether LeBron James wins the championship or not, he's learned the secret to living a charmed life in one regard: Lower the expectations. That's how you win in golf, impress everyone at work and keep your coaching job. In LeBron's case, it's defined his Cleveland...
Plain Dealer May 28, 2016
Cleveland Cavaliers have Terry Talkin' how fans should enjoy the moment like LeBron James did -- Terry Pluto (photos)

Cleveland Cavaliers have Terry Talkin' how fans should enjoy the moment like LeBron James did -- Terry Pluto (photos)

Cleveland Cavaliers are heading to the NBA Finals for the second year in a row. LeBron James is right, they earned this.
Fear The Sword May 28, 2016

Watch: LeBron James gets emotional in interview with Doris Burke

LeBron James was clearly moved after the Cavs' Game 6 win. After the Cleveland Cavaliers' Game 6 win against the Toronto Raptors, LeBron James was a little emotional. In an interview with ESPN's Doris Burke, LeBron got choked up when talking about the Cavs making to the Finals. It's also James' sixth straight Finals appearance. "I've been very humble and gracious that the man above has given me an opportunity to play the game that I love," he told Burke "I get to do that every single night out here in front of my fans. It's very emotional just to be a part of this. This is my sixth...
Plain Dealer May 28, 2016

LeBron James' sixth consecutive trip to NBA Finals brings 'a different feeling' and greater appreciation

Nothing is the same for LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers in this Finals run, including, maybe, the ending.
Plain Dealer May 28, 2016

Cavaliers 113, Toronto Raptors 87: How LeBron James set the tone for Game 6

LeBron James is headed to his sixth straight NBA Finals. He finished with 33 points, a playoff high this season, as the Big Three of him, Kyrie Irving and Kevin Love combined for 83 points.

Video: Could LeBron James come back to Miami if Cavs win the title?

Now that LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers are back in the NBA Finals, would LeBron James consider returning to Miami if the Cavs win the championship? Check out the video above. And would you as a Heat fan welcome him back? Let us know in the comments section below or on Facebook.
Plain Dealer May 28, 2016

LeBron James, Kyrie Irving swap roles and Kevin Love earns his chocolate milk: Fedor's five observations

James, Irving and Love, healthy and clicking heading into the NBA Finals, combined for 83 points Friday night -- just four fewer than Toronto as a team.
Plain Dealer May 28, 2016

LeBron James' greatness on display, yet again, as Cleveland Cavaliers win East: DMan's Report, Round 3, Game 6

LeBron James will play in his sixth consecutive NBA Finals now that the Cleveland Cavaliers have disposed of the pesky Toronto Raptors in the Eastern Conference final.
Chronicle-Telegram May 28, 2016

Beasts of the East again: Big 3 play huge as Cavaliers roll over Raptors and into NBA Finals for second year in a row

TORONTO — For LeBron James, it’s six straight trips to the NBA Finals. Maybe this one will end Cleveland’s long wait for a championship. James scored 33 points, Kevin Love had 20 points and 12 rebounds and the Cavaliers advanced to their second straight finals by beating the Toronto Raptors 113-87 in Game 6 of Read More... The post Beasts of the East again: Big 3 play huge as Cavaliers roll over Raptors and into NBA Finals for second year in a row appeared first on Chronicle-Telegram.

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