Don't be surprised if Miami Heat star LeBron James distances himself from comments made by former teammate Roger Mason, who indicated in a TV interview that James would lead a boycott if Donald Sterling still owned the Los Angeles Clippers at the start of the 2014-15 season, according to USA TODAY.
Mason, the National Basketball Players Association first vice president, told Showtime's Jim Rome, "If it's not handled by ... the start of next season, I don't see how we're playing basketball. I was just in the locker room with LeBron. At the end of the day, you know we have leaders, we have player reps, we've got executive committee members. ... Leaders of the teams, they're all saying the same thing: 'If this man is still in place, we ain't playing.' "
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