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Earlier this morning, an article was posted on ESPN.Com by Arash Markazi who usually follows athletes around on the road. His latest subject happened to be LeBron James. The “King” was recently in Vegas this weekend with his close associates and NBA star Chris Paul.

The article, which portrays LeBron James as “childish” was pulled off the website within the next half-hour. Considering that LeBron has such a close relationship with ESPN it’ll be interesting to see why the article was pulled off. Did LeBron ask for it to be taken off? Did ESPN do it voluntarily? No one knows yet, but I’m sure answers will soon come.

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