|Nov. 23 4:15 PM PT5:15 PM MT6:15 PM CT7:15 PM ET0:15 GMT8:15 5:15 PM MST7:15 PM EST4:15 UAE (+1)01:1519:15 ET6:15 PM CT22:15 - James has joined Hall of Famer Oscar Robertson as the only players in NBA history to rank in the Top 25 in points and assists.
Analysis: With his fifth assist Monday night against Orlando, James pulled into the elite company of the ''Big O,'' who finished with 26,710 points and 9,887 assists. James entered the game needing 21 points to pass Reggie Miller (25,279) for 18th on the career scoring list. Robertson is 11th.
|Nov. 15 10:05 PM PT11:05 PM MT12:05 AM CT1:05 AM ET6:05 GMT14:05 11:05 PM MST1:05 AM EST10:05 UAE07:051:05 ET12:05 AM CT4:05 - James had another big game Saturday with 37 points, 12 rebounds and five assists in a loss at Milwaukee. He also hit five 3-pointers but committed seven turnovers.
Analysis: James is averaging 31.8 points on 51.8 percent shooting in his last five games.
|Nov. 11 9:40 PM PT10:40 PM MT11:40 PM CT12:40 AM ET5:40 GMT13:40 10:40 PM MST12:40 AM EST9:40 UAE06:400:40 ET11:40 PM CT3:40 - James had 31 points, eight assists and seven rebounds in Tuesday's win over Utah.
Analysis: James is averaging 30.3 points and 8.3 assists over his last three games.
|Nov. 8 5:35 PM PT6:35 PM MT7:35 PM CT8:35 PM ET1:35 GMT9:35 6:35 PM MST8:35 PM EST5:35 UAE (+1)02:3520:35 ET7:35 PM CT23:35 - James poured in 29 points while adding six rebounds and four assists during Sunday's 101-97 win over Indiana.
Analysis: James played well through a sore leg after taking a knee to Friday. He hit seven free throws in the final few minutes and found Kevin Love for two key baskets in the final 27 seconds. He finished 10 of 23 from the field and 9 of 14 from the stripe.
|Nov. 5 10:05 PM PT11:05 PM MT12:05 AM CT1:05 AM ET6:05 GMT14:05 11:05 PM MST1:05 AM EST10:05 UAE07:051:05 ET12:05 AM CT4:05 - James scored 23 points to lead the Cavaliers past the Knicks on Wednesday.
Analysis: It was a bit of an off night by James' standards, as he finished 9 of 23 from the field and had just five rebounds and three assists along with four steals. Those numbers are still plenty good enough to help any owner.
|Nov. 2 7:49 PM PT8:49 PM MT9:49 PM CT10:49 PM ET3:49 GMT11:49 8:49 PM MST10:49 PM EST7:49 UAE (+1)04:4922:49 ET9:49 PM CT1:49 - James became the youngest player to reach 25,000 career points, leading the Cleveland Cavaliers past the winless Philadelphia 76ers 107-100 on Monday night. He reached the mark at 30 years, 307 days.
Analysis: James had 22 points, 11 assists and nine rebounds and rallied the Cavs in the second half against a scrappy Philly team that had built a 15-point lead. James scored the milestone basket on an alley-oop dunk with 8:07 left in the fourth quarter. He became the sixth active player with 25,000 points and the 20th overall, joining Dallas' Dirk Nowitzki, San Antonio's Tim Duncan, Minnesota's Kevin Garnett, Los Angeles' Kobe Bryant and Paul Pierce of the Clippers.
|Oct. 29 10:27 PM PT11:27 PM MT12:27 AM CT1:27 AM ET5:27 GMT13:27 10:27 PM MST12:27 AM EST9:27 UAE06:271:27 ET11:27 PM CT3:27 - James hurt his fantasy owners Wednesday.
Analysis: James had 12 points, seven boards and five assists, though Cleveland won in a blowout. "The King" may be saving his energy for when the games count.
|Oct. 28 9:21 PM PT10:21 PM MT11:21 PM CT12:21 AM ET4:21 GMT12:21 9:21 PM MST11:21 PM EST8:21 UAE05:210:21 ET10:21 PM CT2:21 - James turned in a solid fantasy effort on opening night against the Bulls.
Analysis: James finished with 25 points on 12-of-22 shooting with 10 rebounds and five assists, though he had a last-second potential tying layup blocked by Pau Gasol.
|Oct. 22 10:59 AM PT11:59 AM MT12:59 PM CT1:59 PM ET17:59 GMT1:59 10:59 AM MST12:59 PM EST21:59 UAE19:5913:59 ET12:59 PM CT15:59 - James says his back feels good and he will be active for the Cavaliers' season opener on Tuesday in Chicago.
Analysis: James had been limited in practice since receiving an anti-inflammatory injection in his back on Oct. 13. He made it through a complete practice Sunday, taking contact for the first time since getting the shot. The four-time MVP said the big test would be how his body responded after the workout.
|Oct. 19 2:37 PM PT3:37 PM MT4:37 PM CT5:37 PM ET21:37 GMT5:37 2:37 PM MST4:37 PM EST1:37 UAE (+1)23:3717:37 ET4:37 PM CT19:37 - James will sit out Cleveland's final preseason game against Dallas on Monday night, but Cavaliers coach David Blatt said the four-time MVP will be ready when the regular season opens next week.
Analysis: James, who had an anti-inflammatory injection in his back last week, hasn't played since Oct. 12. Asked before Cleveland's preseason finale against the Mavericks if there was any chance James wouldn't be ready when the Cavaliers visit Chicago on Oct. 27, Blatt said, ''he will absolutely be ready for the season opener.''
|Oct. 15 3:59 PM PT4:59 PM MT5:59 PM CT6:59 PM ET22:59 GMT6:59 3:59 PM MST5:59 PM EST2:59 UAE (+1)00:5918:59 ET5:59 PM CT21:59 - James has received an anti-inflammatory injection to ease discomfort in his back.
Analysis: This would not prohibit James from playing in Cleveland's final two exhibitions next week. But coach David Blatt said Thursday he may rest the four-time MVP until the regular season. James missed a career-high 13 games last season.
|July 9 10:51 AM PT11:51 AM MT12:51 PM CT1:51 PM ET17:51 GMT1:51 10:51 AM MST12:51 PM EST21:51 UAE19:5113:51 ET12:51 PM CT16:51 - James has agreed to a one-year, $23 million contract with the Cavaliers for next season. The deal includes a $24 million player option for 2016-17.
Analysis: The agreement is not a surprise since James has said he intends to finish his career with Cleveland. He re-signed as a free agent with the Cavaliers last summer after four years in Miami.
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