Breaking news from LeBron’s house: We have a car crash!

A Bath Township, Ohio, police officer guards the front gate of the home of LeBron James on Thursday. (Karen Schiely/Akron Beacon Journal via Associated Press)

Sorry, we don’t have anything actually, you know, important to report. But hey, it’s nice to know that the scene outside of LeBron James’s Akron-area home has gone from ludicrous to possibly litigious.

It might be important to note, in terms of appreciating how wacky this all is, that James has not been at this home for quite a while (he has been at his basketball camp in Las Vegas), and he apparently will not be there for quite a while.

It might also be important to note, in terms of how potentially heart-breaking this all is, that there is still a very good chance that James ends this prolonged free-agency madness by signing with Miami instead of Cleveland.

Um, bro, that’s probably not going to help.


The city of Cleveland -- and NBA fans across the country -- are abuzz over the possibility that the city's prodigal son, basketball star LeBron James, might return to the Cavaliers. PostTV takes a look back to 2010, when Cleveland fans were singing a much different tune. (Gillian Brockell, Kate M. Tobey and Osman Malik/The Washington Post)
This former editor and part-time writer at The Post is now happy to prove that if you combine 'blowhard' and 'blaggard,' you get 'blogger.' He previously had used 'Desmond Bieler' as his byline, but feels that shortening the first name to 'Des' nicely conveys his ever-decreasing gravitas. He also covers Fantasy Football.



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