CLEVELAND CAVALIERS VIDEOS
Chris Haynes: LeBron James says the consensus with players he's talked to is that the league needs to shorten the season. Says 82 games is too much. Twitter @ChrisBHaynes
LeBron James is officially saying goodbye to Miami. Now that he’s back in Cleveland, James is selling his 16,680 square foot Miami digs for an asking price of $17 million. The six bedroom, eight bathroom house has an elevator, infinity edge pool and rooftop sundeck according to its listing on Opulence International Realty. For The Win
"I'm comfortable and just not trying to, I guess, fit in so much," Love said after the game. "I had a talk with the guys on the plane ride over (to Brazil) and also at different practices off the floor and they told me to fit out. Just be myself. "I kind of laughed and smirked at that. Off the court, I never have any problems with that. But on the court, it's just us having so many weapons and being able to fit together out there on the floor ... You always say check your egos at the door but we also need to bring our egos with us because that's what makes us so great. We wouldn't be here without them." ESPN.com
"I am not now, nor was I ever really concerned with his numbers as far as last year was concerned," Blatt said. "I just thought, as we all in Cleveland thought, that this is one heck of a basketball player that can score, that can pass, that can rebound (and) that has experience even though he's only 25 years old and then is very hungry to succeed. ESPN.com
Cavaliers forward LeBron James will not play in Tuesday night's preseason game against the Milwaukee Bucks at The Q. Head coach David Blatt said this decision was part of the team's management process during the preseason. He stressed there isn't anything more to James sitting out. Shawn Marion will start in place of James tonight. "No physical problems at all. He's fine," Blatt said. "We're just trying to manage the preseason and the best possible way to get him ready." Cleveland Plain Dealer
Ever since he entered the league in 2007-08, nobody has played more regular season minutes than Durant. He trails the four-time MVP in minutes played in official games overall, though. James has logged 1,584 more minutes than the Thunder forward in regular season, playoffs and FIBA competitions. HoopsHype
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