Branson Wright

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Sports reporter with the Cleveland Plain Dealer where he writes for the Starting Blocks blog. He also co-hosts The Sports Brothers on 1540am in Cleveland.

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What happened to LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers? Most Valuable Player… best league record… top seed in the NBA playoffs: loser before even making the final round.

The End of the Season and the End of the Road for LeBron James and the Cavs?

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