LeBron going home to leave his mark

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LeBron James has decided to return to Cleveland, a move Kurt Helin says will greatly impact LeBron's legacy. More | LeBron chooses Cleveland | Why go home? | His words | James absolves Gilbert | What about Love?
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Masahiro Tanaka and Yadier Molina highlight a string of big injuries that have cropped up in MLB.
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Tony Romo and Dallas will still put points on the board, but the defense is destined to hold them back.
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Michael Schumacher's wife, Corinna, says he's "getting better, slowly certainly, but in any case it’s improving."
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The Blue Jackets have signed center Brandon Dubinsky to a six-year contract extension.
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On the heels of a 75 on Day 1, Michelle Wie posted a 78 on Day 2 to miss the cut at the British Open.
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CBT caught up with top recruit Diamond Stone to discuss recruiting and possible package deal.
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Violinist Vanessa-Mae was a feel-good story in Sochi, but she got their via rigged results, an official says.
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Top 2014 Wisconsin recruit, OL Jaden Gault, is going to sit out the season due to depression.
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Lionel Messi could cement a claim as one of the all-time best with a win over Germany on Sunday.
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NBA: Offseason Beat(Jul 11) LeBron James is going home, and he's doing it the right way.
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(Jul 11) Mike Gallagher discusses how the top teams scored their 3-pointers and what it means for some players.
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(Jul 11) Free agency has gone off the deep end. Mike Gallagher talks about what's happened in the past couple days.
MLB: Baseball Daily Dose
(Jul 11) In Friday's Daily Dose, D.J. Short details the diagnosis for Masahiro Tanaka, surgery for Yadier Molina and Brandon Phillips, and much more.
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(Jul 11) In this week's Waiver Wired, D.J. Short welcomes Dillon Gee back from the disabled list and hopes that Kolten Wong is ready for a breakout.

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