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LeBron James #6 of the Miami Heat reacts on the bench against the San Antonio Spurs during Game Five of the 2014 NBA Finals at the AT&T Center on June 15, 2014 in San Antonio, Texas.
LeBron James #6 of the Miami Heat reacts on the bench against the San Antonio Spurs during Game Five of the 2014 NBA Finals at the AT&T Center on June 15, 2014 in San Antonio, Texas.
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Where oh where will LeBron James land? Donald Sterling makes his case in court and this means it's time for sports with Andy and Brian Kamenetzky.

For some NBA fans, the off-season is as exciting as the games. At the moment, big name free agents such as Lebron James and Carmelo Anthony are having meetings and weighing their options. Is Lebron James considering going back to Cleveland?  

Carmelo Anthony has met with the Lakers and Kobe Bryant flew in to recruit him. What's he considering in making a decision? 

It seems as if all the other low tier free agents are waiting to see which of the two makes the first move. When they do, how will that shift the NBA's balance of power? When it's all over what will the Lakers wind up with?

Clippers owner Donald Sterling was in court yesterday. He pulled out his old lawyer-ing skills, verbally sparring with attorney Bert Fields on the witness stand.

University of Southern California's former football coach, Pete Carroll was just inducted in USC's Hall of Fame.

Moving to the Dodgers, don't look now, actually I can't look at the Dodgers even if I wanted to because I don't have Time Warner, but they have shot up to first place in the National League West and have the 2nd best record in the National League. I thought that winning would fix everything but maybe that won't be enough?

Andrew Robert Rector went to a recent Red Sox/Yankees game in New York. Halfway through the game, he slumped in seat, head leaning to the right and as he says "napped." ESPN broadcasters Dan Shulman and John Kruk noticed.

Rector has sued ESPN, the announcers, Major League Baseball and the Yankees for $10 million saying "the avalanche of disparaging words" caused him "substantial injury" to his "character and reputation" and "mental anguish, loss of future income and loss of earning capacity." Does he have a case?