Predictably, the first question LeBron James got after walking into the San Antonio Spurs' practice facility Saturday was about the state of his health.

"Feeling really good," James said.

The Miami Heat surely liked that answer.

James returned to the practice floor with the Heat on Saturday, two days after he was forced to leave Game 1 of the NBA Finals because of cramps. He will be in the lineup for Game 2 against the Spurs on Sunday night, when sports' safest bet will be that the temperature inside San Antonio's AT&T Center will be several degrees lower than it was for the series opener.

"I'm doing well, doing a lot better," James said before Saturday's workout. "The soreness is starting to get out. I'm feeling better than I did yesterday and with another day, I should feel much better tomorrow."

The Heat was planning a glorified walk-through for their Saturday practice, and James, the four-time NBA MVP, expected to get some cardio work done by biking and running. He'll also continue getting treatment as part of a recovery regimen that will stretch into Sunday -- plus, as one would expect, as many fluids into his system as he can handle.

"He's feeling better, moving around," Heat coach Erik Spoelstra said. "Yesterday was all about rest and hydration and building his body back up. Thankfully we had that extra day."

James left with 3:59 remaining in Game 1 after his body shut down because of the cramps. The Heat trailed by two at that point and wound up losing by 15.

Clippers: Team co-owner Shelly Sterling would continue to play a role in the team under terms of the pending sale to former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer, according to two individuals close to the negotiations.

The individuals, who are not authorized to speak publicly, told The Associated Press that the $2 billion deal allows for up to 10 percent of the team -- or $200 million -- to be spun off into a charitable foundation that Shelly Sterling would essentially run. The deal was negotiated by Shelly Sterling after husband Donald Sterling's racist remarks to a girlfriend were publicized and the NBA moved to oust him as team owner.

One of the individuals said Shelly Sterling and Ballmer would be co-chairs of the foundation. The individuals said the foundation would target underprivileged families, battered women, minorities and inner city youths.

The NBA made clear she wouldn't be involved with the basketball franchise.

"It is not accurate that Mrs. Sterling will have a role with the Clippers or stake in the team," NBA spokesman Mike Bass said.

Donald Sterling's attorney, Maxwell Blecher, declined to comment. Donald Sterling still had not signed off on the deal's terms because the NBA would not agree to revoke its $2.5 million fine and lifetime ban, according to one of the individuals.

Sterling had agreed to sell the team Wednesday and drop his $1 billion federal lawsuit against the NBA assuming "all their differences had been resolved." But now he's considering continuing the suit after being told by intermediaries the NBA won't budge on the punishments doled out by Commissioner Adam Silver after Sterling's racist comments were publicized.

Grizzlies: Memphis forward James Johnson has been arrested for domestic assault and accused of hitting and choking his wife at their home. He was booked into the Shelby County Jail at 4:35 a.m. Saturday.

WMC-TV cited a police affidavit that Johnson and his wife had just returned home when Johnson allegedly hit his wife in the face with an open hand before choking her. Johnson left and returned when police arrived and was arrested.