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Henry Abbott

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Writer of TrueHoop.com, ESPN's blog on the NBA

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At tonight’s opening game of the NBA finals, all eyes will be on the Cavalier’s Lebron James - although he won’t be the one seeking the spotlight.

All Eyes on Lebron

At tonight’s opening game of the NBA finals, all eyes will be on the Cavalier’s Lebron James - although he won’t be the one seeking the spotlight.

from Which Way, L.A.?

At tonight's opening game of the  NBA finals , all eyes
will be on the Cavalier's  Lebron James , although he won't be the one seeking
the spotlight.    The 22-year old is
credited…

LeBron and Le NBA Finals

At tonight's opening game of the NBA finals , all eyes will be on the Cavalier's Lebron James , although he won't be the one seeking the spotlight.   The 22-year old is credited…

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