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Knicks sell LeBron on caviar dreams

The Knicks sold basketball -- but they also sold being a billionaire. Led by owner James Dolan, team president Donnie Walsh and coach Mike D'Antoni, the Knicks held their long-anticipated meeting with LeBron James yesterday. It lasted two hours, and the major themes were New York's endless energy -- and the chance for "The King'' to reap as much as $1.94 billion in salary (from a five-year max deal) plus endorsements if he bolts Cleveland and finishes his career with the Knicks. (New York Post) Comment

Kardashian dating another NFL star

The romance is heating up between Kim Kardashian and Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Miles Austin. The new couple celebrated Austin's 26th birthday Wednesday night at STK before heading to club SL. (New York Post) Comment

Why Dodgers benched Kemp

The benching of Matt Kemp this week resulted in part from an argument he had with bench coach Bob Schaefer on Saturday, according to team sources. (Los Angeles Times) Comment

Must-See Photo
Must-See Photo

As the Nets and Knicks tried to woo LeBron James in a Cleveland conference room, 20,000 fans took to the streets of Cleveland to try to remind James of his connection to his home. (AP)

Must-See Video

It's the July 4th holiday weekend, and every creature wants to break out of the everyday routine.

Game To Watch

Two of the hottest teams in the majors face off when the White Sox visit the Rangers in Texas, 8:05 p.m. ET

This Day in Sports
SI Vault: More Bjorn Borg
  • 1977 -- Bjorn Borg wins the second of five consecutive Wimbledon titles in defeating Jimmy Connors in five sets
  • 1964 -- Former slugger and admitted steroid user Jose Canseco born
  • 1933 -- Hall of Fame pitcher Carl Hubbell pitches 18 innings to shutout the Cardinals 1-0 while not surrendering a walk

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