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    LeBron being treated as if he has H1N1

    LeBron has flu virus

    INDEPENDENCE, Ohio -- LeBron James and teammates Darnell Jackson and Coby Karl have tested positive for Influenza A, and are being treated as if they have the H1N1 virus.

    H1N1, also known as swine flu, is a strain of Influenza A, and though the Cavaliers have not gotten back H1N1 test results on the three, the team said it is being proactive in treating players and the traveling party to Texas. The Cavs play at San Antonio on Friday and in Dallas on Saturday.

    James, who will travel with the team, returned to practice on Thursday after spending two days resting at home.

    Six Cleveland players have had flu-like symptoms. Guard Andre Barrett and forward J.J. Hickson are not making the Texas trip.
    The scare demons have to love this. Nothing to boost the ratings of the flu strain than for someone so noteworthy to possibly have contracted it.
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    Re: LeBron being treated as if he has H1N1

    Quote Originally Posted by Brutus the Pimp View Post
    LeBron has flu virus



    The scare demons have to love this. Nothing to boost the ratings of the flu strain than for someone so noteworthy to possibly have contracted it.
    I don't know. If Lebron has it and plays in two NBA basketball games this weekend, how scary can it really be?

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    Re: LeBron being treated as if he has H1N1

    Quote Originally Posted by Boston Red View Post
    I don't know. If Lebron has it and plays in two NBA basketball games this weekend, how scary can it really be?
    Yes, but they don't count on people thinking logically
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    Re: LeBron being treated as if he has H1N1

    Quote Originally Posted by Boston Red View Post
    I don't know. If Lebron has it and plays in two NBA basketball games this weekend, how scary can it really be?
    Exactly. No one ever dies from H1N1, they just get lazy.
    How do we know he's not Mel Torme?


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