Morning Brew: LeBron Faces Karma, New Browns Coach, Wrong Way Driver, and Rehab for the Golden Voice



Karma is in fact a bitch.
  • Karma is in fact a bitch.

Good morning, Cleveland. Here's some stuff to read while you debate whether to tempt karma by cheering LeBron's misfortune.

— So the Cavs lost by a gazillion to the Lakers, LeBron tweeted that "Karma is a bitch," claimed it wasn't about the Cavs after the fact, then went out and sprained his ankle during the Heat's loss to the Clippers. See, 'Bron, karma is a bitch. (ESPN)

— The Browns are expected to name Rams offensive coordinator Pat Shurmur as the new head coach in the next few days. That should fix everything. (Lorain Morning Journal)

— A 73-year-old woman drove the wrong way on I-480 for more than 6 miles. When a cop finally got her to stop, she explained she hadn't exited the highway because she was in a hurry to pick up her daughter from the airport. (

— Ted Williams will be entering rehab now. And then tomorrow he will fight with Dina Lohan, the next day nude pictures of him will leak on the internet, and by Monday he will get a reality show on E! (Columbus Dispatch)

We'll be back momentarily.

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