We are all witnesses.
We are all witnesses.
The hero is back home.
Soon, you’ll be googling to find out about newbie actor Jessie T. Usher, the lead on Starz’ new series Survivor’s Remorse, produced by LeBron James. Spoiler alert: He can bake a mean cream cheese brownie.
The half-hour scripted show premieres Oct. 4. Watch the new trailer exclusively on BuzzFeed.
Quitness? Try, Witness.
“My presence can make a difference in Miami, but I think it can mean more where I’m from.”
The network accidentally broadcasts footage of destruction when teasing a segment about how “the LeBron James effect” could revitalize Ohio.
“LeBron made the right decision for him and his family because home is where your heart is.”
It takes one to know one.
“Despite what everyone on the internet thinks, I do not team jump.”
We the best? We depressed.
Cleveland is the reason we’re cool.
An hour after LeBron James announced he’s returning to the Cavs, this billboard popped up in Cleveland. Note: it’s a video board. This definitely wasn’t just painted today.
King James might be going back to Cleveland, but some of his fans had him permanently inked in his Miami jersey.
The king is back.
James announced his decision on Sports Illustrated’s website on Friday. “My relationship with Northeast Ohio is bigger than basketball. I didn’t realize that four years ago. I do now.”
Let’s help the man out.
Lebron James’ agent informed the Miami Heat that he will exercise the early termination clause in his contract, effectively making him a free agent.
What LeBron’s really full of.
[Insert joke about too much heat for the Heat.]
It’s a lot.
It looks even better in slow motion.
The WNBA is estimated to pay a total of $10.3 million in salaries, or roughly 1/3 of Kobe Bryant’s current salary.
As part of the $3.2 billion deal to acquire Beats, legendary music executive Jimmy Iovine is expected to join Apple in a “creative role.” The deal is essentially the biggest music industry acqui-hire.
Drake is at the top of his game, but he can’t stay out of these sports conversations.
Don’t look now, but the nerds have taken over.
Just watch it.
Step 1: Walk into someone. Step 2: Flop hard.
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