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LeBron's motivation behind drafting Kyrie (1:15)

Chris Haynes ESPN Staff Writer 

A tweet from Marc Spears of The Undefeated: "Between LeBron's 40 million followers and Kevin Durant's 17 million followers on Twitter, Laura Ingraham has now introduced herself as intolerant and narrow-minded to 57 million people around the world. We stand with our players," @TheNBPA executive director Michele Roberts.

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Michigan downs Ohio State for third straight win (0:59)
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Players weigh in on LeBron's decision (3:33)
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Hatch honored at Michigan senior game (0:19)
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LeBron: Athletes have power beyond their sports (5:56)
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LeBron, Kyrie reunite for All-Star Game (1:51)
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Nance emulates dad by rocking the cradle (0:25)
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Nance double taps the backboard for incredible jam (0:49)
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Where will LeBron end up next? (0:59)
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Mike Wilbon and Marc J. Spears respond to Laura Ingraham's "shut up and dribble" comment (4:53)
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Love: Athletes' platforms 'transcend sport' (1:24)
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Could there still be a Lakers Sighting in the Dunk Contest?

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How's it feel to be back in LA? "I'm still a little bit of purple and gold."

Ramona Shelburne ESPN Senior Writer 

Paul George on his conversations with LeBron James last summer, "It was more so just about hanging, talking, communicating, talking about working out. It wasn't much about partnering up. It was more so just about building a bond, building a brotherhood. So, there was just opportunity to get together and hang. We got lunch, drinks. IT was kinda just a low-key get together…We know each other. But it was more so just, I didn't have nothing to do that day. He didn't have nothing to do that day. It was just a get together."

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LeBron doubles down on social activism (1:39)

Chris Haynes ESPN Staff Writer 

LeBron James said there were multiple years he seriously considered entering Slam Dunk Contest, but says minor injuries occurred. The 05-06 season was a year he intended to compete in.

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LeBron doubles down on talking social issues

LeBron James made his first public comments Saturday since Fox News host Laura Ingraham criticized the Cavaliers star for speaking out on the state of race relations in America and his view of the leadership in the White House.