To drive his tweet home, one that references President Donald Trump#8217;s campaign slogan, James capped it with an emoji of a man facepalming. #8211; CLICK HERE to read full story.
Cleveland Cavaliers star LeBron James joined other pro athletes in expressing sadness and disappointment in everything happening in Charlottesville, Va., on Saturday.
Irving, who still has two years left on his contract, apparently was the only person in Cleveland who was unhappy when LeBron James returned to the Cavs, shortly after Irving signed a max contract with the understanding that HE would be The Man in this rodeo. #8211; CLICK HERE to read full story.
LeBron James saddened by Charlottesville violence, expresses concern for America#8217;s direction
Author: Chris Fedor
A “Unite the Right” white nationalist rally was held to protest the removal of a Robert E. Lee statue in the city. It was declared an “unlawful assembly,” but resulted in violence and a counter-protest, which you can read more about at .
It’s been a few weeks now since Irving sent the needle on the audacity meter spinning out of control by not only asking the Cavs to trade him, but giving them a list of his preferred destinations.
Jim Ingraham: Keeping Kyrie Irving might be the Cavaliers#8217; best option
Author: Jim Ingraham