>>Jordan's Record Contract For Sale
(Undated) -- The original copy of Michael Jordan's 33-million-dollar contract has hit the auction book. The most valuable single-season contract in NBA history is estimated to be worth 30-thousand-dollars, but bidding has topped 28-thousand with a week to go. The contract was signed for the 1997-98 season which led to a sixth championship for Jordan and his last with the Bulls.
>>"CP3" Says He Could Sit Out If Sterling Still In Charge
(Las Vegas, NV) -- The Clippers biggest star is trying to exert some power. Chris Paul told ESPN.com if Donald Sterling still owns the team when the 2014-2015 NBA season starts, he would consider sitting out. Paul already talked about the possibility with head coach Doc Rivers and will discuss it with LA's other two big name players, Blake Griffin and DeAndre Jordan. Sterling is trying to hold up the sale of the team to Steve Ballmer in the courts.
>>Cleveland Paper Hiring LeBron James Reporter
(Cleveland, OH) -- An Ohio newspaper is looking for a reporter to cover a very specific beat. The "Cleveland Plain Dealer" is apparently searching for a journalist to cover nothing but LeBron James as he returns to the Cavaliers. An ad posted on the website for the Northeast Ohio Media Group reveals there's an opening for a reporter to cover James on the court, in the community and in the business world. At least five years' experience working as a reporter is required with a background covering professional basketball preferred.
>>Cavaliers Sign Top Pick Wiggins
(Cleveland, OH) -- The Cleveland Cavaliers have top overall draft pick Andrew Wiggins in the fold. The former Kansas star has been signed to a contract, preventing him from being traded for 30 days. Wiggins has been mentioned as a possible trade piece with Minnesota for Timberwolves star forward Kevin Love. Wiggins averaged 17.1 points and 5.9 rebounds in his first and only season with the Jayhawks. The Cavs also signed second-round pick Joe Harris.