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Wednesday, 17 July 2013

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LeBron said that he personally autographed a basketball for his hero, San Antonio Spurs Coach Gregg Popovich.

CLEVELAND - LeBron James of the world champion Miami Heat was in town visiting some high school friends who told him back in grade school that he'd never make the pros.

He was asked by Zorro La Bamba with The Sports Bet Gazette how things were going now that his team has won back-to-back NBA crowns.

King James, as he is known, replied that he feels real good about it and added that he had never been pushed to the heights of athleticism as he was with the likes of The San Antonio Spurs.

LeBron confessed to La Bamba that if San Antonio had the money to pay him he would consider going to play for the best coach in pro basketball Gregg Popovich.

King James added that he also loves Mexican food and he understands that San Antonio has about 3,000 of them including his favorite one The Giggling Guacamole.

James confessed that when Coach Pop defended him to the media in regards to his ever-present white headband, he realized that the man is pure class.

He said that strangely enough Popovich did not realize it, but he gave him the motivation to defeat his team.

La Bamba asked James about the talk that he may be returning back to the Cleveland Cavaliers.

He grinned and said that he is seriously thinking about it. When asked why, he replied that he just has never liked living in places where the temperature is so hot you can actually hear the grass crying out in pain.

The Miami star noted that he loves the cold weather and what better place for cold weather than his beloved Cleveland where he loves going ice fishing on Lake Michigan.

In Other News. The lawyers for George Zimmerman want to put to rest the rumor that their client will be appearing on Wheel of Fortune.

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