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LeBron James said Sunday that the contract drama between the Cavaliers and Tristan Thompson is "a distraction" for the Cavaliers.
LeBron: Thompson situation a distraction
James on Tristan Thompson's contract standoff with the Cavs: "The last thing you need is a distraction when you're trying to make a championship run and we have that." Thompson is currently holding out.
LeBron James posed for a photograph with Cavaliers teammate Tristan Thompson at a wedding on Saturday night, posting the photo on Instagram and apparently urging the completion of a deal.
After the big man entered holdout status, Cavs coach David Blatt said the free agent is not on his mind. He's also not on a lot of things in Cleveland.
David Blatt's son sinks half-court shot
Tamir Blatt, son of Cavaliers coach David Blatt, hit a buzzer-beating half-court shot for Hapoel Tel-Aviv in Israel.
As he enters his 13th season with his 31st birthday coming up in December, James isn't going into the season expecting to miss games to avoid injury.
LeBron James calls for more gun control
After a child shooting in Cleveland yesterday, James said today at Cavaliers practice there is "no room for guns." "Obviously you're not going to be able to take every gun out. ... But if there's some stipulations behind it or some penalties, some big time penalties or rules or regulations about carrying firearms, legal or illegal, people will second-guess themselves." Story
Thompson's poker game continues
Zach Lowe writes: "Tristan Thompson wants the Cavaliers to succeed, but rooting for some short-term pain may be the only play that Thompson and his agents have left after they refused to sign Cleveland’s one-year, $6.8 million qualifying offer by 11:59 p.m. yesterday." Overplayed his hand?
LeBron James said "there's no room for guns" as he decried the latest tragedy involving a child being killed in Cleveland.
Where does Iman Shumpert rank?
The Cavaliers shooting guard probably won't be able to begin proving his ranking right or wrong until late December after having wrist surgery. Here are our annual preseason NBA player rankings, Nos. 121-130. #NBArank: Day Eight
Thompson doesn't sign qualifying offer
Tristan Thompson failed to pick up the Cavs' $6.8M qualifying offer by Thursday's 11:59 p.m. ET deadline, per ESPN and multiple reports. This means that Thompson's holdout has officially begun.
After missing most of last season recovering from a torn an Achilles tendon, the veteran Cavs big man has hit the ground running during training camp.
LeBron James No. 1 ... Stephen Curry No. 8?
The NBA Live 16 ratings put a familiar face in the No. 1 slot. The reigning NBA MVP, though? He's lower on the list than you'd think. Check it out
Cavaliers free agent forward Tristan Thompson did not accept a one-year, $6.8 million qualifying offer for the 2015-16 season by Thursday's 11:59 p.m. ET deadline, a source said.
The reigning NBA MVP is ranked surprisingly low in the latest "NBA Live" game.
It's deadline day for Cavaliers big man Tristan Thompson and no deal has been reached.
Where does J.R. Smith rank?
The former Sixth Man of the Year became a starter after joining the Cavaliers, but his place in our latest NBA player rankings has dropped. See where he ranks amid the latest dispatch, Nos. 131-140. #NBArank: Day Seven
LeBron: Looks like I made the right move
LeBron James drew criticism when he chose to go into business with his lifelong friends. After Maverick Carter recently spoke at Harvard Business School, James talked about his "other" decision. 'Beautiful' partnership
The Cavaliers star shouted out longtime friend and business partner Maverick Carter, who spoke at Harvard Business School recently.
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