LeBron James has decided to sign, once again, with the Cleveland Cavaliers this summer, telling Sports Illustrated that he's "coming home."
James, who was drafted by the Cavaliers in 2003, spent the last four seasons with the Miami Heat, where he won two NBA Titles.
The Cavaliers will now have a core of Kyrie Irving, rookie Andrew Wiggins and LeBron, while the Miami Heat are now in scramble mode, likely also losing Chris Bosh to the Houston Rockets.
Now, the Central Division will boast the Cavaliers, Chicago Bulls and Indiana Pacers, all teams expected to vie for the NBA Title this season, along with old friend Jason Kidd and the Milwaukee Bucks, who will have to play those three teams 12 times in the regular season.
Nets fans, let's discuss LeBron in Cleveland and what it means for the Nets. Of course, this still means you have to go through LeBron to get to the NBA Finals.
- LeBron James announces return to Cleveland Cavaliers - Lee Jenkins - SI.com