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Cleveland Browns quarterback Colt McCoy (12) sits on the ground after being sacked by St. Louis Rams defensive end C.J. Ah You, second from left, being congratulated by teammate defensive end James Hall (96), in the third quarter of an NFL football game on Sunday in Cleveland. (AP Photo/Amy Sancetta)
Cleveland Browns head coach Pat Shurmur, left, talks with quarterback Colt McCoy in the second quarter in an NFL football game against the St. Louis Rams, Sunday in Cleveland. (AP Photo/Tony Dejak)
Cleveland Browns quarterback Colt McCoy (12) throws under pressure from St. Louis Rams' Chris Long (91) in the first quarter of an NFL football game on Sunday in Cleveland. (AP Photo/Mark Duncan)
TORONTO: When Chris Bosh and LeBron James joined together with the Miami Heat six years ago, they left behind two franchises that disintegrated into irrelevance. Without their franchise pillars, both the Cavaliers and Toronto Raptors became also-rans. They took far different paths to get here, but both teams have returned to the top of the Eastern Conference.