ESPN Radio host Dan Le Batard was suspended for two days following a public jab at Cleveland Cavaliers forward LeBron James.
LeBron James' big decision turned into Sports Illustrated's biggest day online. The iconic sports magazine says James' story drew 6.1 million visitors Friday, the day the website broke the news that the hoopster was headed home to play for his native state's team in Cleveland.
Around noon today, SportsIllustrated.com broke its biggest scoop to date: In a first-person essay, as told to SI senior writer Lee Jenkins, Miami Heat star LeBron James announced that he would be returning to his hometown team, the Cleveland Cavaliers, next season.
In the first hour today after LeBron James revealed he was going back to play for the Cleveland Cavaliers, the development was mentioned on Twitter 1.44 million times, per Kontera.
When LeBron James had to stagger off the court last night with a heat-induced leg cramp, one brand seemed all too happy to pour a few hundred milligrams of sodium into the wound.
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