Win LeBron's 2009 MVP SUV

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Did you know that Kia's sponsorship with the NBA specifies that the MVP can't give away the prize SUV for one year after the award?

Really.

That's not the point here, but amazing nonetheless. The point is that LeBron's MVP SUV from last year is being raffled off, so if you always wanted a Kia Borrego that was won by, but never driven by, King James, all you need is $100 and a stamp.

The Urban League is raffling it off to raise money. The group will sell a maximum of 300 tickets at $100 apiece, ideally raking in $30,000 of pure profit.

Those 1-in-300 odds are a whole lot better than buying lottery tickets. (If you're feeling lucky, mail your check to the group's headquarters: 440 Vernon Odom Blvd., Akron 44307. For more information, call 234-542-4141.)

About 200 tickets remain. Secondary prize for anyone who wins the SUV prize and then presents it back to LeBron James. Like a bad fruitcake he gave away and will wince upon its return.

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