CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) - Despite an underwhelming season, Cavs fans still have a lot to be thankful for - right?
On the eve of Thanksgiving, Northeast Ohio is faced with a decision to boo or cheer on, one of their own.
The Cavaliers decided to make a video tribute for James.
Here’s what happened.
LeBron James kept his promise of bringing the city a championship, a drought the city endured for 52 years.
In his 2010 return James was coming back to Cleveland fresh off “The Decision."
It was ‘the way he did it’ that made fans burn his jersey and curse his name leading up to the 2010 season.
The hostility was still there when the Miami Heat made a trip to Quicken Loans Arena on Dec. 2, 2010.
An in interview with ESPN’s Dave McMenamin and Brian Windhorst players discussed their memories of that night.
Things definitely clicked for the Heat that night, they blew out the Cavs 118-90, and James sat on the bench the entire fourth quarter with a mere 38 points.
Reflecting on the memories, James had this to say on his time in Cleveland.
Here’s what James had to say after the game.