Thursday, October 2, 2008

LeBron cites Internet as proof he's not leaving Cleveland

Cleveland Cavaliers star LeBron James again answered questions about whether he was eventually headed out of Cleveland someday.
    "Go on the Internet and look at every time I've been asked if I'm happy in Cleveland and see my response. It's simple. I never gave an indication that I was leaving Cleveland. I never gave an indication that I didn't like being here."
The Canton Repository quoted James as saying: "Every time I'm asked that question, I love being here, I love playing in front of these fans. My family is here. I grew up 30 miles away from here. I've never gave any indication that I did not like playing for the Cleveland Cavaliers. Now, I'll say I like the Yankees and the Cowboys, but that has nothing do with the Cavaliers." James is a New York Yankees fan, as well as a Dallas Cowboys fan, and this angers and worries Cleveland fans.

"I'm a fan of those teams. Am I not allowed to be a fan of a team?"

Uh, so are you leaving Cleveland or not? There's nothing on the Internet about this. And what's that New York Knicks logo doing at the top of this story?

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