Cavs' James ticketed for driving 101 mph on highway
MEDINA, Ohio -- LeBron James was ticketed by the State Highway Patrol for driving 101 mph on an interstate highway.
The Cleveland Cavaliers star was cited in a 65 mph zone on Interstate 71 near Medina at 2:43 a.m. on Dec. 30 -- his 23rd birthday.
Cleveland attorney Colin Jennings filed a not guilty plea for James on Tuesday in Medina Municipal Court. A hearing is scheduled for Feb. 11, the same day the Cavaliers are scheduled to play in Orlando against the Magic.
Other details about the traffic stop were not available.
An e-mail was sent to James' publicist seeking comment Sunday night. James' agent, Keith Estabrook, couldn't be reached.
Medina is about 30 miles south of Cleveland.
Copyright 2008 by The Associated Press
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