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Story By: Brian Skowronski

 

 

 
 
 
   
   
  Originally Published on: 7/11/2014

With news breaking about NBA superstar LeBron James' return home to play with the Cleveland Cavaliers, shock waves were sent throughout the nation, especially in Ohio.

James made the announcement via a Sports Illustrated exclusive, just over four years after revealing that he would be "taking his talents to South Beach and play with the Miami Heat" on a television special. "The Decision" left a bitter taste in me mouths of several fans of James throughout the state of Ohio, but the sentiment has taken a turn for the most part, with most of that bitterness turned to joy with LeBron's latest decision to return back to Cleveland.

A number of area residents discussed the return of "The King" with Brian Skowronski, which consisted mostly of optimism for the future of both the Cavaliers and the state of Ohio.

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