Cable guy: LeBron James heads for pay-per-view Nov 8, 5:49 PM (ET) Email this Story
AKRON, Ohio (AP) - Coming soon to cable: LeBron James. The 6-foot-7 senior at St. Vincent-St. Mary High School is considered the nation's top prep basketball player. If he decides to skip college, he most likely will be a top pick in this spring's NBA draft.
This season, his team's routinely sold-out games will be offered on pay-per-view in 14 counties in northeast Ohio. Most of his home games will be played at the 6,000-seat University of Akron arena.
The games will be available to about 600,000 homes for about $4 to $7 a game, Bill Jasso, vice president of public affairs for the northeast Ohio division of Time Warner, said Friday.
The venture will be a partnership between Time Warner and the school. Jasso declined to release financial details.
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I gotta go with LeBron, for the same reason JJD made above. Additionally, the Nuggets had a completely revamped and improved roster before the season started. The point was made somewhere on ESPN.com (maybe in the most recent power rankings)