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Monday, January 14, 2013

Let's All Rehash The Central Question of Our Time: LeBron in Cleveland?

Posted By on Mon, Jan 14, 2013 at 11:49 AM

The local sporting press is really flexing its navel-gazing muscles with the return of an overworked thought process: Might LeBron James come home?

The Akron Beacon Journal reignited talk this week with a trade deadline article:

Executives and agents around the league are convinced the Cavaliers won’t do anything to jeopardize their ability to sign a free agent to a max contract during the summer of 2014, when LeBron James can again become a free agent. As fans in Northeast Ohio continue to howl and remain divided about the possibility of his return, more and more people around the league believe there is a strong possibility James will indeed return to Cleveland after next season.


There's one take on the lastest round of LeBron-returning-to-Cleveland banter.

It all seems faintly familiar, as if this same story really does crop up every few months. But this time, they say, it's for real. Kinda.

Drop your comments on this thread of journalism conjecture below.

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