LeBron James nearly loses voice trying to 'fast-track' Cleveland Cavaliers' progress after trades

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LeBron James nearly loses voice trying to 'fast-track' Cleveland Cavaliers' progress after trades
LeBron James nearly loses voice trying to 'fast-track' Cleveland Cavaliers' progress after trades

CLEVELAND -- Cleveland Cavaliers forward LeBron James had to talk quietly in his postgame press conference following Tuesday night's 120-112 win over the Oklahoma City Thunder at Chesapeake Energy Arena, and it was not because he was sick. James was hoarse because of the constant communication on both ends of the floor in order to acclimate four new teammates -- guards George Hill, Rodney Hood and Jordan Clarkson, as well as forward Larry Nance Jr. -- who were playing in just their second game with the Cavaliers following last week's trades with the Los Angeles Lakers, Utah Jazz and Sacramento Kings. “I'm just trying to fast-track it,” James said of the development. “I'm trying to fast-track

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