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James deubted the sneakers before Cleveland faced Boston in the 2018 Eastern Conference finals. 

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James Harden, limited to 11 points at halftime, got on a roll in the second half despite a bothersome shoulder to pull within one 30-point game of tying Wilt Chamberlain for the second-longest 30-point streak in NBA history.

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Former Golden Knights forward James Neal, now on the Calgary Flames, lost some teeth during Saturday’s game between the Flames and the Vancouver Canucks.

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NBA's investigation of possible tampering in the Sixers-Lakers Ben Simmons-Magic Johnson saga is merely due diligence

As far as the league's investigation is concerned, it's a bit of a waste of time. While more could've went on behind the scenes, from the surface it would appear that all of these guys know each other well and went through the proper channels in seeing if this mentorship was a...

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Ninety minutes before tipoff, the word had gotten out that LeBron James would make his return to the hardwood for the first time since Christmas. The post LeBron James returns after missing 17-games; helps beat Clippers 123-120 in Overtime appeared first on Los Angeles Sentinel.

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De Blasio considering ‘hardship’ exemptions to congestion pricing

Mayor de Blasio said Monday that he’s ready to support “hardship” exemptions to congestion pricing — including for farmers. “Would you consider a waiver here for hardship for upstate farmers who bring their produce into the city for farmers markets?” asked state Sen. James Seward (R-...

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James Wan unleashes a new evil in The Curse of La Llorona trailer

Having scored a huge success with Aquaman, director James Wan returns to his day job of scaring us all stupid by producing The Curse of La Llorona (out April 19). Directed by Michael Chaves (the upcoming Conjuring 3), the film concerns La Llorona, a.k.a. The Weeping Woman, a horrifying...

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Sixers' Elton Brand nixed Ben Simmons-Magic Johnson meeting 'over a month ago'

Ben Simmons requested to work out with Lakers president Magic Johnson, but Sixers GM Elton Brand has other ideas. Talk of Sixers point guard Ben Simmons desperately wanting to be L.A. bound is either extremely premature or patently false at this point in the All-Star's young career. Frankly, it's...

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‘The World’s Best’ racked up serious frequent flyer mileage for acts

It takes more than a village to pull together an episode of “The World’s Best.” CBS’ new talent competition series, hosted by James Corden, features acts from around the world — including, in last week’s premiere, Enkh Erdene from Mongolia, who croons American country music in perfect...

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Opinion: Why NBA should be happy with trade deadline deals

As all eyes were on LeBron James, the Lakers and Anthony Davis, a funny thing happened. The Eastern Conference got considerably more interesting.         

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Nonprofit announces intent to create St. James adult home

A new property owner in St. James is already making waves with neighbors over plans to convert a single-family residence into an adult group home. Life’s WORC, a private nonprofit organization that supports people who are developmentally disabled or have autism, notified the Town of Smithtown Jan....

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When James Cordero crossed back into the United States from Tijuana on Christmas Eve, he thought he would be making a quick run to his car to get the rest of the donated toys he planned to bring back across to a migrant shelter. Instead, Cordero, a U.S. citizen, spent more than two hours in an...

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Movie review: Rosa Salazar is heart and soul of ‘Alita: Battle Angel’

“Alita: Battle Angel” has been James Cameron’s passion project for 20 years - and it shows. Two decades ago the movie would have been groundbreaking in its performance-capture technology and in its strong-female protagonist. Now it just feels like a knockoff of every other dystopian teen movie...

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Movie review: Rosa Salazar is heart and soul of ‘Alita: Battle Angel’

“Alita: Battle Angel” has been James Cameron’s passion project for 20 years - and it shows. Two decades ago the movie would have been groundbreaking in its performance-capture technology and in its strong-female protagonist. Now it just feels like a knockoff of every other dystopian teen movie...

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Improvements to the Vikings offensive line will be first attempted when free agency opens March 13. The best typically don't become available, but there are more than a handful of players set to become unrestricted free agents who could intrigue the Vikings. Nothing may be excluded in the overhaul,...

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If you’re in the mood for a movie like “Alita,” “Alita” is the movie you’re in the mood for. Brought to the screen by close friends and popular filmmaking success stories Robert Rodriguez (who directed) and James Cameron (who co-wrote and produced), “Alita: Battle Angel” (to give it...

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“Alita: Battle Angel” has been James Cameron’s passion project for 20 years - and it shows. Two decades ago the movie would have been groundbreaking in its performance-capture technology and in its strong-female protagonist. Now it just feels like a knockoff of every other dystopian teen movie...

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