LeBRON JAMES: CLEVELAND GOVERNOR UNIMPRESSED
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) -- LeBron James could score more than 100 points and Ohio Governor-elect John Kasich would still not sing his praises. The incoming governor told reporters last week he couldn't care less if James were to score 120 points in a game. Back when James was still making up his mind about whether to stay with the Cleveland Cavaliers or move elsewhere, several Cleveland politicians took part in a campaign to urge him to stay. But Kasich said at the time he wouldn't be "singing in any chorus" in an effort to persuade James to stay in Cleveland.