A LeBron James mural designed for the side of the Sherwin Williams building has been submitted for consideration by the city.
CLEVELAND - The Cavs' past and present will soon square off on the shelves of video game stores.
Current star point guard Kyrie Irving has been revealed as the cover player for "NBA Live ‘14", while former Cleveland and now Miami Heat star LeBron James will grace the cover of "NBA 2K14."
Irving helped unveil "NBA Live 14," which has been on hiatus since the release of "NBA Live 10," during EA Sports' presentation at E3 , the Electronic Entertainment Expo, Monday in Los Angeles. You'll see plenty of Kyrie in EA's trailer for the game:
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Here's a look at James' promo for "2K14":
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It is the first video game cover appearance for both Irving and James.
"NBA 2K14," produced by 2K sports, will hit stores Oct. 1. A release date for "NBA Live 14" is yet to be announced.
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