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  • Raytown grad Tyronn Lue reflects on his NBA journey with the Cavs

    Mexico, Mo., welcomed its conquering hero and favorite son, 1995 Raytown graduate Tyronn Lue, back home in style on Saturday at Mexico High. Lue coached the Cleveland Cavaliers to the 2016 NBA title and he reflected on the role Kansas City played in his incredible journey.

Mexico, Mo., welcomed its conquering hero and favorite son, 1995 Raytown graduate Tyronn Lue, back home in style on Saturday at Mexico High. Lue coached the Cleveland Cavaliers to the 2016 NBA title and he reflected on the role Kansas City played in his incredible journey. tpalmer@kcstar.com
Mexico, Mo., welcomed its conquering hero and favorite son, 1995 Raytown graduate Tyronn Lue, back home in style on Saturday at Mexico High. Lue coached the Cleveland Cavaliers to the 2016 NBA title and he reflected on the role Kansas City played in his incredible journey. tpalmer@kcstar.com

Raytown grad Tyronn Lue returns to his mid-Missouri hometown a conquering hero

July 02, 2016 6:25 PM