It now seems to be the same scenario in Miami as was in Cleveland four years ago when Lebron James left the Cavaliers to join the Heat in Miami. At that time, Cleveland fans felt betrayed by James and showed their frustration by burning his jersey and booing him when he returned to Quicken Loans Arena to play against the Cavaliers. Even Dan Gilbert, the Cleveland Cavaliers owner, displayed his disappointment in James by writing a letter criticizing him for leaving Cleveland in the first place.
Now the Miami Heat fans are showing their anger about James leaving their city and heading back to Cleveland. One fan has apparently blackened the face of James with spray paint on a mural located in downtown Miami. James has undoubtedly cause some serious heartbreaks in Miami fans as he did with the Cleveland fans. But now Cleveland is once again rejoicing, because King James is headed back their way. Apparently the meeting between James and Dan Gilbert went very well, in which both apologized for the things said and done. This seemed to be the first step in getting James back home to Cleveland. News of James returning has the city of Cleveland feeling very jubilant.
It appears that James has been forgiven and has been given a second chance to come back to the place where he started his NBA career. Even though he's returning as a two-time NBA champion, James will need lots of help to bring Cleveland to winning a championship. That means that the Cavaliers will need to sign on some great shooters, rebounders and defensive minded players.
There are plenty of free agents that could land in Cleveland with James. If the right ones do end up with James, the Cavaliers may become a very competitive team in James return.