LeBron Returning to Cleveland

'Ready to Accept the Challenge'

  1. Spartan Victory Typifies Dantonio's Impact on Program

    The ball sailed up through the clear autumn air. Spartan Stadium held its breath. The sun-drenched fans, sweaty from an abnormally warm fall day, felt a chill run up and down their collective spine...

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  2. NBA Finals: Kobe Bryant Another Step Closer to Being "Like Mike"

    After a seemingly effortless dispatching of the defending NBA champion San Antonio Spurs, Kobe Bryant's place among the basketball greats was a popular topic of discussion...

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  3. Detroit Pistons Look to Save Their Season After Dropping Game Five in Boston

    Eighty-three percent of teams that win Game Five of a series that is tied 2-2 go on to win the series. The Detroit Pistons will now look to defy those odds after dropping Game Five on the road to the Boston Celtics Wednesday...

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  4. Pistons Look to Shake Off Game 3 Embarrassment, Even Series

    In Game 3 of the Eastern Conference Finals, the Detroit Pistons once again displayed the maddening inconsistency that has come to define them. The Pistons had everything going for them...

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  5. NBA Draft: Derrick Rose or Michael Beasley?

    As the endless debate about who the best selections are in the upcoming NBA draft rages on, I couldn't help but give my opinion on the consensus top two picks, Derrick Rose and Michael Beasley...

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  6. Tigers Prove Leyland Right

    Before the season began, Jim Leyland declared that the Detroit Tigers' lineup, the supposed "murderer's row," would dominate average pitching. The Tigers fell flat right away though, losing nine out of their first 10 games...

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  7. Billups' Return Pays Off for Piston's in Game 2

    The Detroit Pistons were a completely different team in Thursday's game 2 win at the Boston Garden from the one that showed up for game 1. The Pistons new found poise and composure was largely due to the return of their floor leader, Chauncey Billups...

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