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Topic - Dan Gilbert
LeBron James simply wanted to support his friend, so the Miami Heat star found himself back in his old stomping grounds.
The PGA Tour is closing on a deal for Detroit-based Quicken Loans to become title sponsor of Tiger Woods' tournament at Congressional, The Associated Press has learned.
Two people who have been told about the deal said Quicken Loans could begin its sponsorship before the next tournament, to be played June 26-29. AT&T, in the final year of its contract, was not planning to renew the sponsorship.
Now that Kyrie Irving has added NBA All-Star MVP honors to his list of accomplishments, he and the rest of the Cleveland Cavaliers are focused on a push toward the Eastern Conference playoffs.
The Wizards may have done well vs. the West, but the Cavs are to be reckoned with despite their locker-room discord and six-game losing streak.
Chicago is officially rebuilding after trading All-Star Luol Deng, getting Andrew Bynum who they're expected to release for salary cap relief, and multiple draft picks from Cleveland.
INDEPENDENCE, Ohio (AP) — With their season quickly sliding toward yet another trip to the NBA lottery, the Cleveland Cavaliers had to do something to slow their freefall toward irrelevance.
When Mike Brown first got into coaching in the early 1990s, veteran Bernie Bickerstaff would pull him aside for little chats on climbing the ladder in the NBA. One lesson stood out more than any other.
The Cleveland Cavaliers are taking a chance on Andrew Bynum and his creaky knees.
Cavaliers owner Dan Gilbert wondered what other moves general manager Chris Grant had in mind to improve Cleveland this summer.
Two years after charming viewers by responding to a question about being on stage by saying: "What's not to like?" the bowtie-wearing son of owner Dan Gilbert wore a stern look before this one. He said he expected he was done coming here and that he believed the Cavs would be in the playoffs next season.
What's not to like? Being in the lottery every year.
The Cavaliers are bringing back the most successful coach they've ever had.
A person with knowledge of the situation tells The Associated Press the Cavaliers and Mike Brown are near an agreement to bring him back to Cleveland for a second time.
Mike Brown and the Cavaliers are getting back together.
"Maybe he's meant to be here," he said at Brown's introductory press conference.