LeBron James and Kyrie Irving apparently were both in Miami over the past weekend.
ESPN NBA reporter Chris Sheridan on Thursday doubled down on his report Wednesday that LeBron James is “100 percent leaving” the Cleveland Cavaliers after the 2017-18 season.
The New York Knicks reportedly have declared Kristaps Porzingis “off limits” in any potential trade for Kyrie Irving, according to a Newsday source.
Dwyane Wade and LeBron James of course are best of buddies and enjoy something akin to a sibling-like rivalry.
Miami Heat guard Dion Waiters isn’t against the team acquiring Kyrie Irving.
LeBron James’ production company is developing a comedy series for HBO centered around the “insane and obsessive world of sneaker culture,” per a Deadline report.
LeBron James has been unbelievably prolific on social media this offseason, up to and including this week.
Kyrie Irving’s desire for a trade from the Cleveland Cavaliers of course surfaced last month.
LeBron James on Wednesday whipped the Internet up into a frenzy — actually on two occasions (more on that later) — when he took to Twitter to ask of any potential pick-up basketball actio
Charles Barkley cannot believe that Kyrie Irving demanded a trade from the Cleveland Cavaliers, referring to the move and the ensuing drama in its aftermath as “so stupid.
LeBron James evidently has the itch for some pick-up game action as the Cleveland Cavaliers superstar informed his 37.
Count LeBron James among those who have been blown away by the remarkable painting talents of actor Jim Carrey.
Video surfaced over the weekend documenting Carrey’s developing skills as an artist.
LeBron James has let his social media activity do a lot of his talking this offseason.
Not even being half a world away could prevent Kevin Durant from being confronted with questions about the perpetually evolving drama surrounding Kyrie Irving.
LeBron James, despite most signs indicating otherwise, “remains deeply committed” to the Cleveland Cavaliers organization, so says new team general manager Koby Altman.