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Shannon Sharpe reveals why he's 'not concerned' about LeBron's Cavs after Game 1 loss to the Indiana Pacers

FOX Sports Monday, 16 April 2018
Shannon Sharpe reveals why he's 'not concerned' about LeBron's Cavs after Game 1 loss to the Indiana PacersIn his discussion on LeBron James' Cleveland Cavaliers 98-80 home loss in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference playoffs, Shannon Sharpe explains why he's not concerned about LeBron's Cavs moving forward in the playoffs.
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▶ Shannon Sharpe reveals why he's 'not concerned' about LeBron's Cavs after Game 1 loss to the Indiana Pacers 02:25

In his discussion on LeBron James' Cleveland Cavaliers 98-80 home loss in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference playoffs, Shannon Sharpe explains why he's not concerned about LeBron's Cavs moving forward in the playoffs.

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