The Cleveland Cavaliers are one of the most successful franchises in the NBA, thanks to superstar forward LeBron James. However, we're assuming that James has much more sense than to have anything to do with a recent policy instituted at the team's Quicken Loans Arena: removing the water fountains. The arena defended the action by claiming that it did it in the name of public health, to reduce the chances of spreading germs, especially H1N1 flu. It cited advice from the league and from the ...

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