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J.R. Smith Suspended After Throwing Bowl Of Soup at Assistant Coach

(Cleveland, OH) – Where are your manners J.R.? Smith is in hot water after losing his temper and putting assistant coach Damon Jones on the receiving end of it. The guard reportedly threw a bowl of soup at Jones and it costs him a game. A day after Cleveland identified Smith’s ban as being for conduct detrimental to the team, the cause of the one-game suspension was finally detailed.
The Cavs didn’t practice after Thursday’s loss to the 76ers but Smith was at the team facility getting in some extra shots, and he told a team spokesman he will address the media at Saturday’s shootaround before the Cavs play Denver.
Meanwhile, Smith’s teammate Kevin Love told reporters he’s optimistic of returning from his fractured left hand earlier than expected. The All-Star forward was given a two-month timetable for recovery after he sustained the injury on Jan. 30, but he’s now capable of catching a basketball using a padded glove as well as shoot from within 12 to 15 feet. Tip off against the Nuggets is at 7:30.
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{Video} LeBron James Reacts To “So Called President” Donald Trump’s Charlottesville Remarks

(SL) – LeBron James used his platform at Cedar Park Amusement Park to react to Donald Trump’s mouth dropping press conference in which he seemed to support White Supremacy and equally blame anti-racists for the violence in Charlottesville VA.

Hate Crime: LeBron James’ Gate At $21 Million Dollar Home Defaced With The Word N*****

(SL) – Someone tagged N***** on the gate outside of LeBron James’ $21 Million dollar L.A. home.  Reportedly, Cops investigated early Wednesday morning, but by the time they arrived the property manager had painted over the word.

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James, naturally, was not at the home when it was sprayed. Authorities are looking at security footage. It may be treated as a hate crime. James bought the six-bedroom, 9,350 sq ft home in 2015.

James is more than likely in the Bay area preparing for game 1 of the NBA finals set for tomorrow.