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The Cavaliers star gives Derrick Rose and Chicago a taste of their own medicine as his game-winning shot evens their playoff series.

The Cavaliers star goes back to the look he's had for the majority of his career, and he leads his team past the Bulls in a crucial playoff game.

Careful, LeBron. Love's free agency looms and the Cavs paid a steep price to get him.

Stephen Curry checks in at No. 2, but several injured stars are also in the top 10.

A new set of NBA awards will be voted on by the players themselves.

It must be fun to be King James.

The Cleveland guard's total was the most in the NBA this season and the most in team history.

The Cavs superstar is now in 21st place all-time, and he's hardly done leapfrogging some legendary names.

The Cavs star passed Scottie Pippen, who had held the mark since 2004, when he topped John Havlicek.

Another "Bronny" video shows his impressive court awareness and dribbling skills.

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