Earlier today, we posted a really dumb ESPN graphic comparing the Cleveland Cavaliers’ “touchdown” passes to Johnny Manziel’s dreadful performance on Sunday.
While Johnny Manziel’s first career start was decidedly a disaster, Cleveland’s savior LeBron James hasn’t lost faith in the Johnny Football era. The Browns got flattened by the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday 30-0 but even that score doesn’t really do justice to how ineffective Manziel was in his pro debut. The Browns only managed 107
The above photo of LeBron James, Prince William and Duchess Kate Middleton may seem harmless but it’s caused a bit of a stir in the British media.
As I’m sure you already know by now, the crowd for last night’s Nets-Cavs game in Brooklyn included Prince William, Princess Kate, Dikembe Mutombo, Jay Z, Beyonce, and other famous faces.
It is the rare night where LeBron James isn’t the only royalty* in the house but that was the case on Monday night, when the Brooklyn Nets played the Cleveland Cavaliers in New York.
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On Sunday, the Cleveland Browns benched struggling quarterback Brian Hoyer in favor of Johnny Manziel.
Before this season, Derrick Rose had missed all but ten of the previous 164 regular season games the Chicago Bulls have played, dating back to the beginning of the 2012-13 season — just months after his 2011-12 season ended due to an ACL injury.
LeBron James’ feel-good return to the Cleveland Cavaliers has hit a rough patch as of late. The Cavs are on a four game losing streak and the team sits at a mediocre 5-7 record despite the addition of James and Kevin Love to a young and promising roster. On Monday, James took the heat for
LeBron James: player, coach, GM, and — because he has Dan Gilbert by the balls — basically owner.
Are you one of the unfortunate people who knows someone who magically became a Heat fan in 2010 once LeBron James joined Miami and is now bugging you with little tidbits about Kevin Love’s defense and Kyrie Irving’s ball movement? This “Miami Cavs” hat from UNDRCRWN will be perfect for them. The use of the
Floridian rapper and rosé aficionado Rick Ross wants everyone to know that he’s a true Miami Heat fan and not one of those dirty fair-weather Heat fans who bolted town the minute LeBron James packed his bags for Cleveland. So, in an interview with Hot 97 in Miami, Ross put a hefty amount of money