The latest updates from LeBron James' Facebook news feed.

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July 1 2010 7:06 PM

LeBron James' Facebook Feed

The free agent summit, Mikhail Prokhorov, and desperate Clevelanders

LeBron James is no longer in a relationship.
Cleveland is wondering what it did wrong. Isn't there some way we can fix this? I'll do anything!
LeBron James
It's not you, it's me.
Cleveland sent LeBron James a gift: Our eternal souls.
The New York Knicks, New Jersey Nets, Chicago Bulls, Los Angeles Clippers, and Miami Heat are now friends with LeBron James.
Cleveland is writing "Shitness" on 6 million T-shirts.
Dwyane Wade created the group Free Agent Summit.
LeBron James, Chris Bosh, Amare Stoudemire, and Joe Johnson joined the group Free Agent Summit.
Joe Johnson wonders if anyone realizes he's not really that good.
The Atlanta Hawks sent Joe Johnson a gift: Max contract.
Joe Johnson
Cha-ching!
David Lee created the group Pale Free Agent Summit.
Brad Miller, Luke Ridnour, J.J. Redick, and Brian Scalabrine joined the group Pale Free Agent Summit.
Brian Scalabrine wrote on David Lee's wall: "Let's play together in Utah!"
Nate Robinson created the group Li'l Free Agent Summit.
Earl Boykins created the group Li'lest Free Agent Summit.
The Cleveland Plain-Dealer posted an article: "LeBron James source says Cleveland Cavaliers still have the edge."
Dan Gilbert
:)
Jay-Z tagged LeBron James in a photo.
Dan Gilbert
I am also able to get jiggy with it!
Dan Gilbert
We're screwed.
The New York Post posted an article: "Source: Nets have edge over Knicks in LeBron derby."
World Wide Wes
The Sacramento Bee is about to report that LeBron is "strongly considering" the Kings. Heh heh.
Mikhail Prokhorov added Akron to the Places I've Been application.
Mikhail Prokhorov
Akron peoples, please direct me to local disco, beach for jetski, and nickel mine.
Mikhail Prokhorov removed Akron from the Places I've Been application.
Mikhail Prokhorov
Is like Newark in Siberia.
Spike Lee is in pre-production on LeBron Doin' Work.
Spike Lee is digitally replacing Ray Allen with LeBron James in He Got Game.
Spike Lee is changing his name to Spike LeeBron James.
LeBron James
Getting a little creepy.
James Dolan sent LeBron James a gift: 50 percent of Cablevision
James Dolan
I'm crazy ... crazy rich!
Nike tagged LeBron James in a photo.
Phil Knight
Offer only redeemable in New York City.
Mikhail Prokhorov added a gold mine to LeBron James's farm in Farmville.
Mikhail Prokhorov
Gold is good, yes?
New York launched its "C'mon LeBron" campaign.
Americans Against Virginity launched its "C'mon A.C. Green" campaign.
LeBron James completed the quiz Where Will LeBron James Play in 2010? with the result "In the NBA."
Donald Sterling
So you're telling me there's a chance!
LeBron James completed the quiz Where Will LeBron James Play in 2010? with the result "In the NBA. Except not for the Clippers. Never. Never in a billion years."
Donald Sterling
I wonder if J.J. Redick would sign for the max ...
J.J. Redick
Yay!

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