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LeBron James hailed as hero on NBA return to Cleveland
News by Cryptocracker Eight years after he was treated like a villain in Cleveland, LeBron James was welcomed back properly. Back on the court where he performed for 11 seasons, and under the title banner he helped raise, James returned to Cleveland and rallied the Los Angeles Lakers to a 109-105 win on Wednesday night over the Cavaliers, who played their best game of the season against their former teammate but couldn’t stop him when it mattered most. James finished with 32 points, 14 rebounds and seven assists. He also scored or assisted on 11 straight points as the Lakers overcame a 99-91 deficit in the fourth quarter.
Paul George Had Seduced Join Lakers
One of the mainstay of the Oklahoma City Thunder, Paul George, admitted briefly tempted to join the Los Angeles Lakers. But, George finally survived in his club. George became one of the players that his contract runs out and be a free agent at the end of last season. He became a figure of predictable could be one of the stars who could fill a spot in the Lakers, who can indeed provide a maximum contract to two stars this summer. However, in the end only big star LeBron James to join the Lakers, plus an assortment of supporting players Rajon Rondo, Michael Beasley, Lance Stephenson, and Javale McGee. George chose to extend his contract with the Thunder. When George was the original figure from Los Angeles. Related opportunities join the Lakers, George open sound. He got tempted by the chance of playing with the Lakers. "It really tempting. To be honest, I want to go back to the House. But, again, I was removed to Oklahoma. I love this situation. I am happy with the position I am now. I decided to stick around a little longer, "says George told ESPN. George decided to hold negotiations before all free agents began. So he's not had time also to meet with the Lakers. He is comfortable in the Thunder and Russell Westbrook playing together.
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