UPDATE: LeBron James playing against Thunder tonight will be game-time decision

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UPDATED 12/11/14 11:19 A.M.

OKLAHOMA CITY –  NBA Star LeBron James has soreness and tightness in his knee, according to a representatives from the Cleveland Cavaliers.

It will be a game-time decision on whether James will play against the Oklahoma City Thunder tonight in Oklahoma City.

That’s according to our NewsChannel 4  crew and members of the Cleveland Cavaliers.

The reports developed at the Oklahoma City Thunder game day ‘shoot around’.


Original story:

OKLAHOMA CITY– The Thunder take on the Cleveland Cavaliers tomorrow night in what is arguably the most anticipated home game of the season, so far.

Reigning NBA MVP, Kevin Durant, who was out for 15 regular season games due to a fracture in his right foot, is fully healed and ready to go head to head with The King, Lebron James.

This will be LeBron’s first time back to the Chesapeake Arena since his epic return to Cleveland from Miami.

The Thunder will look to break the Cavs’ 8-game win streak Thurs. 7 p.m. at Chesapeake Arena. (Aired on TNT)

Click here to see how to KD and The King became MVPs.

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