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Does LeBron have all the answers?

LeBron James hosted a Q&A on Twitter on Tuesday in which he explained why he's scared of Ronda Rousey and listed his best friends in the NBA. However, he was a little evasive about the idea of him doing "Space Jam 2." What about Kobe?

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LeBron on Space Jam 2: 'Maybe'

In a Twitter Q&A, LeBron James was asked "are you doing Space Jam 2??" And the NBA star, who recently signed a deal with Warner Bros., tweeted: "Maybe.......Guess we'll just have to wait and see. #LooneyToonsRock" Warner Bros. filed for three new Space Jam trademarks last month.

Kyrie Irving @k1irving

Just trying to give back what was given to me. Knowledge of this beautiful game. #MyWHY

Cavs could open season with 14 players

The Cavaliers will likely pay a massive tax bill in 2016. To keep it as low as possible, they could open the season with just 14 players. NBA rumors roundup

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Grading the Cavs-Blazers trade

Kevin Pelton gives Cleveland high marks for moving Mike Miller and Brendan Haywood. But he also likes that Portland was able to essentially get a "couple of second-round picks for free." Trade grades

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Pelton's Trade Grades: Cavs move salaries

The Cavaliers won their trade with the Trail Blazers by saving $10 million and creating a giant trade exception, but Portland also did well by acquiring two second-round picks for nothing.

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Source: Dellavedova agrees to return to Cavs

The Cavaliers have agreed to bring back guard Matthew Dellavedova, who accepted Cleveland's one-year qualifying offer following his memorable postseason performance.

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Dellavedova, Cavaliers reach deal

Matthew Dellavedova will return to Cleveland on a 1-year deal worth about $1.2 million, a source told ESPN's Dave McMenamin. The second-year guard averaged 31.7 minutes and 7.5 points per game in the Finals.

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Last night on vacation. Dinner on the beach. What a time! #JamesGang #BrinsonNorris #FamilyVacation #WorkHardForMyFamilyToLive

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Sources: Cavs trade Miller, Haywood to Blazers

The Cavaliers have agreed to trade Mike Miller and Brendan Haywood to the Portland Trail Blazers in a deal aimed to create future options and save luxury-tax money, sources told ESPN.com.

Cavs deal Miller, Haywood to Blazers

Cleveland will also send 2019 and 2020 second-round picks to Portland in exchange for a $10.5M and a $2.85M trade exception. The Blazers will waive Brendan Haywood, while Mike Miller is expected to get a buyout and pursue opportunities with other teams.

2014-15 Team Stats

Points Per Game103.18th
Rebounds Per Game43.018th
Assists Per Game22.110th
Points Allowed98.713th

Team History

YearWLPCT
2014-155329.646
2013-143349.402
2012-132458.292
2011-122145.318
2010-111963.231

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