Lakers NBA Superstar LeBron James Makes Cleveland Announcement

LeBron James decided to try his game in Los Angeles, but he will always have a special place in his heart for Cleveland. The four-time MVP used Twitter as a platform to express his full respect and support for the Cleveland Browns.

The basketball star is a fan of the National Football League, and he’s super excited about the Browns’ game against the Pittsburgh Steelers. “Man i swear I’m so excited to watch Browns today!” he tweeted tweeted of his favorite Cleveland team. “I’m up like I’m headed to the stadium to prepare to play!”

The Browns will definitely try to fix the damage of the last season. They made a 0-16 record, and that’s not something you’re proud of.

James seems to be more excited than some football players, and some even suggest that he should switch sports. Can you imagine him playing in the NFL? Patriots quarterback Tom Brady fueled the fire with his comment, joking that LeBron should play for the Patriots. “Damn bro come play tight end you and Gronk would be unstoppable!” Brady commented.

LeBron is already out of Cleveland, and they removed his 10-story banner. This happened right after LeBron announced his decision to leave the team.

According to the Cavs, the new banner depicts the face of the sandstone Guardian of Transportation statue in Cleveland.

“Our goal was to create a meaningful offering of public art to celebrate The Land and all those who support and love this city and region. Our hope is that it stirs the emotion and sense of pride, community and celebration of our city in a personal way for those invested in The Land. In addition to the banner being the perfect selfie backdrop for Cavs fans, Clevelanders and visitors who come downtown to enjoy all that The Land has to offer. The design provides the opportunity to engage everyone no matter where they live and no matter what their connection to our city and community is – our pride spreads far and wide,” Cavaliers CEO Len Komoroski said.

Was that a goodbye?

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