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Monday, 3 January 2011

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A closeup of LeBron James, who will soon be the new owner of The Cleveland Cavaliers.

MIAMI - The Miami Morning Messenger Mirror newspaper is reporting that LeBron James, of the NBA Miami Heat is reportedly so upset with the way his ex-Cleveland Cavalier fans are treating him that he is planning on buying the Cavaliers team and moving them to Baghdad, Iraq.

James who spent eight years playing in a Cleveland Cavaliers uniform informed his attorney, Lennox Clatternook, to look into the possibility of him purchasing the team.

Clatternook is the sports attorney who was instrumental in attaining divorces for noted NBA players such as Shaquille O'Neal, Jason Kidd, Allen Iverson, and Pasquale Frankfurter.

He also successfully defended Kobe Bryant in three different lawsuits, The State of Colorado Vs. Kobe Bryant, The State of Florida Vs. Kobe Bryant, and The Country of Zimbabwe Vs. Kobe Bryant.

LeBron was asked what exactly he hopes to achieve by taking the Cavaliers out of Cleveland and moving them over 6,000 miles to Baghdad, Iraq.

James smiled, took a sip of his Southern Comfort, and smiled a whole lot more.

He then leaned back in his chair and said that it is just his way of getting back at the unappreciative Cavalier fans who booed him after they gave him the name of King James.

LeBron then pointed out that once the Cavaliers leave Cleveland their fickle basketball fans can cheer for the Lake Erie Barge Builders of the Great Lakes Semi-Pro Basketball League.

In other news. Oprah Winfrey and BFF Gayle King have denied the rumor that they were playing the home version of the brand new board game 'TSA Pat Down' in Winfrey's Chicago mansion on Christmas Day.

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