Comedian Frank Caliendo is a man of many voices. From presidents to John Madden to Charles Barkley, Caliendo can nail an impersonation. One of them is actor Morgan Freeman. On ESPN's Mike & Mike in the Morning today, Caliendo read LeBron James' letter in Sports Illustrated as Freeman. The result is brilliant.
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ESPN's Darren Rovell is reporting on Twitter that the NBA store is sold out of LeBron James replica jerseys for all three types, home, away and alternate.
The @NBAStore says it has now sold out of LeBron replica Cavs home, away & alternate jerseys.
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LeBron James was your usual coaching and cheerleading Dad during an AAU game. He watched his son LeBron Jr. play Saturday night in Lexington, Ky. Also with James in the video is Kentucky coach John Calipari.
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LeBron James took to Instagram on Friday with a question.
6 or 23?...... http://t.co/8uft5F7XO8
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Sports Illustrated writer Lee Jenkins worked with LeBron James on his statement last week about James' return to the Cavaliers after four years playing in Miami with the Heat.
This week Jenkins has a full story on James' return on SI.com. Here is a link to Jenkins' work. And here is a link to the Cavs page on Ohio.com where all the stories we have produced from Jason Lloyd and others can be found.To read more or comment...
After four years of playing with the Miami Heat, LeBron James will be returning to the Cleveland Cavaliers. Now that the pursuit is over, the next question will be about whether James can lead the Cavs to a title – the first in franchise history.
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The membership model for Ohio.com goes in place Tuesday. Here are FAQs about how this works for subscribers to the Akron Beacon Journal and for those who are not subscribers.
Why are you charging for online content?
The Beacon Journal is asking its digital audience to share the cost of producing a quality local news report that is unique to Akron and Summit County. Newspaper readers already pay through subscriptions.
Why should I subscribe?
The Beacon Journal has the largest newsroom in Summit County and produces quality local journalism that cannot be found anywhere else.
What is changing?
Ohio.com will use a metered subscription model. It works like this:
• Anyone may view up to seven stories per month for free on Ohio.com.
• Those who want to view more than seven stories per month must have a paid subscription.
• Print subscribers to the Beacon Journal will have total access to the newspaper, Ohio.com and an online replica edition as part of their print subscription.
• In addition, the Beacon Journal is offering digital-only subscriptions.