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AKRON, Ohio – LeBron James looked out at the sea of faces from his past and present. There’s no knowing if they’ll be in his future.

From the Washington Post: Floyd Mayweather Jr. is fond of saying he doesn’t fight for legacy anymore, instead preferring prize money. If he beats Shane Mosley on Saturday night in their non-title fight at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, the undefeated six-time champion stands to collect the most lucrative payday of his life.

The folks at NFL Fanhouse say that teams were worried about Myronn Rolle’s commitment to football due to the fact that he is intelligent and a Rhodes Scholar. Here’s what they had to say.

CLEVELAND – LeBron James has joined one of the NBA’s most exclusive clubs. Cleveland’s superstar was voted the league’s MVP for the second straight year, a person familiar with the announcement told The Associated Press on Friday. The person spoke on condition of anonymity because the league has not announced the results of the vote.

From MSNBC: JOHANNESBURG – The soccer World Cup in less than two months will be South Africa’s greatest opportunity to show off the diversity and potential of the nation and the whole of Africa, President Jacob Zuma said recently.

From CNN: Golfer Tiger Woods says he’s back in the swing of things.

From PALO ALTO, Calif. – If you’ve seen Toby Gerhart carry the football, you’re well aware that the former Stanford halfback and Heisman Trophy runner-up is about as subtle as Iron Man. It’s no surprise, then, that as the NFL draft approaches, the player one AFC front-office executive described as “a bowling ball with […]

From Amid charges that the Pittsburgh Steelers might be employing some racial bias for trading away African-American player Santonio Holmes for his sins, but not Ben Roethlisberger, who’s white, here are five reasons that should dispel any cries of racial bias.