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LeBron James had to pick up his teammates' dirty laundry, and he's not happy about it

by www.latimes.com

LeBron James is a three-time NBA champion and four-time league MVP.

He is also the Cavaliers’ savior, leaving his comfortable and prosperous life in Miami with the Heat to return to Cleveland and lead the team to its first NBA title last season.

So what was he doing picking up bags of his teammates’...


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