Per usual, LeBron James was at the center of it all this week, although it wasn't always for his play on the basketball court.
This past week has been a synopsis of what life has been like for the Cleveland Cavaliers. LeBron's play has ranged from seemingly disinterested to great. He's sent out cryptic tweets that are hard to explain and are seemingly clearly directed at certain teammates. He also took a trip to Miami and hung out with Dwayne Wade. And, to top it all off, he apparently got a new Kendrick Lamar album released.
It's been a busy week for LeBron, and as such, it makes sense that there's a lot to read about him.
Our own David Zavac wrote about how LeBron wants an enforcer and doesn't seem to happy. What he's unhappy about, though, isn't clear.
On the court, LeBron passed Spurs center Tim Duncan last night for 14th on the NBA's all-time scoring list. Next up? Celtics legend John Havlicek. He also had a vintage chasedown block last night vs. Boston.
At Sports Illustrated, Rob Mahoney looked at how the Cavs have changed under Tyronn Lue. Spoiler alert: they haven't changed that much.
At CBS Sports, Matt Moore looked at how the Cavs found a formula to beat the Celtics that involved limiting Kyrie Irving and Kevin Love's second half minutes.
Lastly, SB Nation's Mike Prada and Ben Epstein talked about the Cavs on their great "Limited Upside" podcast and talked at length about LeBron's leadership style.