NEW YORK -- When the Cleveland Cavaliers head to Madison Square Garden on Monday night to face the New York Knicks, there are bound to be some awkward moments.
After all, LeBron James can't both play against the Knicks and be their general manager, can he?
James created headlines on Sunday after telling reporters that Dallas Mavericks guard Dennis Smith Jr. -- who had 21 points, seven assists and five rebounds in a 111-104 loss to the Cavaliers early that night -- "should be a Knick."
The thinly veiled jab at New York's selection of guard Frank Ntilikina, who with the eighth pick went one selection ahead of Smith in June's NBA Draft, elicited social media responses from the Knicks and sparked intense debate. >> Read more
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