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The wait is over: LeBron James is headed home to once again play for the Cavaliers, leaving behind the Heat. More | LeBron: 'I always believed that I’d return to Cleveland' | All the latest from ProBasketballTalk
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Luis Suarez is headed from Liverpool to Barcelona for $128M, one of the most expensive transfers ever.
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Carmelo Anthony looked set to return to the Knicks, but the call still hasn't come. Could he go to Chicago?
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Maurice Jones-Drew played in London with the Jags, and he says the city deserves a team.
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The Blue Jackets have signed center Brandon Dubinsky to a six-year contract extension.
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Rory McIlroy shot a course record 64 at the Scottish Open, one week ahead of the British Open.
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