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February 26, 2015 Updates
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Wade said he learned of Rose's injury late Tuesday from former Heat teammate LeBron James, who had just finished playing a game for the Cavaliers against the Detroit Pistons. "You just don't want to see players go through injuries, especially him, with what he's dealt with. I couldn't believe it when I got the call. Actually 'Bron called me and told me because I wasn't even watching it. You can't believe it," Wade said. South Florida Sun-Sentinel

While talking to the press on Tuesday at a shootaround, LeBron James discussed how his health habits have changed since his rookie year. The gist was that they’ve largely improved, mainly because he doesn’t eat as much McDonald’s as he used to. McDonald’s, who James promptly remembered sponsors him and pays him a lot of money. When asked the follow-up question of when the last time he ate McDonald’s was, James said “every day.” Six times. For The Win

February 24, 2015 Updates

The Cleveland Cavaliers have signed center Kendrick Perkins, Cavaliers General Manager David Griffin announced today. Per league policy, terms of the contract were not released. NBA.com

In making a point about how he became more serious about taking care of his body as he grew older, LeBron James said he "ate McDonald's" as a teenage rookie with the Cleveland Cavaliers. McDonald's, the global, fast-food behemoth is a multi-million-dollar sponsor of James. Though the company has added healthy options to its menu over the years, it's still often associated with traditional items like the Big Mac and french fries. It happened today, when James was asked before shootaround for tonight's road game against the Detroit Pistons how old he was when he became serious about lifting weights. James replied: "Umm, 24. I ate McDonald's my first couple years in the NBA. I didn't stretch. It didn't matter. I was 18 and I could do whatever I wanted to." Perhaps sensing the mistake, James recovered when he was asked later when he last ate at McDonald's. "Every day. Every day. Every day," James said, drawing laughter from reporters. "I had it this morning. Egg and sausage McMuffin. All day." Cleveland Plain Dealer

This made me think about the other day when LeBron posted an impressive highlight video of his young 10-year-old son, Bronny, playing basketball at a tournament. The video has gone viral. Based on all the news last week about rivals.com ranking sixth grade football players, I was curious to know if LeBron’s son has already received any college attention. Shortly before the Cavs were about to take the floor and start practice, I decided to ask LeBron if his son has been drawing any college interest. LeBron said, “Yeah, he’s already got some offers from colleges, it’s pretty crazy. It should be a violation, you shouldn’t be recruiting 10-year-old kids.” CBS New York

February 23, 2015 Updates

Miller has a $2.8 million player option for the 2015-16 season. As of now he says his intentions are to pick up that option and become an unrestricted free agent in the summer of 2016. "I would say yes. I am coming back, but it's a long year," Miller said. "I'm going to see how this one goes. All I'm focused on is what we do here. We've got 25 games here and then a playoff run. We'll see how that goes. Where I'm at now, I've been blessed to do 15 years. It's a year-by-year basis. I love what I'm doing." Cleveland Plain Dealer

His role on the court with the Cleveland Cavaliers may have been reduced significantly, but Mike Miller believes he still has a place on this team and in this league. "I think I can play as long as they need me to be, to be honest with you," Miller said. "It's a matter of what I want to do with my kids and how I approach it." Cleveland Plain Dealer

Shawn Marion has been plagued with a troublesome left hip flexor for months and the Cavaliers are hoping that an MRI on Monday will reveal the severity. The small forward arrived in Cleveland this afternoon for the MRI while the team headed to Detroit for Tuesday's game against the Pistons. Due to his ailment, Marion has not played in the last two games and he also missed two games during the January West Coast trip because of the injury. Cleveland Plain Dealer

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