LeBron James has yet to announce his Decision (Part Zwei), but the sense among Cleveland fans is that LeBron is interested in returning home to play for the Cavaliers.
Here are the tweet-by-tweet highlights of some of the most recent LeBron coverage:
We're gotten to the point in free agency where some teams in pursuit think LeBron is more likely to leave than Melo. Stunning turn of events
— Marc Stein (@ESPNSteinLine) July 5, 2014
If LeBron James wants a short-term deal in Miami, why would Bosh commit long-term at a steep discount — only to get left behind later?
— Adrian Wojnarowski (@WojYahooNBA) July 5, 2014
Cleveland Cavaliers still could be in LeBron James’ plans http://t.co/rxouBwX7e2
— Bob Finnan (@BobCavsinsider) July 5, 2014
Joel Embiid blocked LeBron James on Twitter after he ignored Embiid's two pitches to join the 76ers http://t.co/IfaUQaJONi
— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) July 5, 2014
Again back listening to Miami sports talk.. They are saying Lebron is hanging them out to dry. Haha. We remember that feeling..
— Dustin Fox (@DustinFox37) July 5, 2014
'14 Heat looked like '10 Cavs. Their arguments to keep LeBron sound like the '10 Cavs too.
— Ken Carman (@KenCarman) July 5, 2014
See also Dustin Fox’s timeline. He’s tweeting a series of photos from Cavs fans who are sharing visual evidence that they didn’t throw away/donate/burn their LeBron jerseys when he left for the Heat.
Many of the pictures are accompanied by pleading for James to come back…Some of which is more effective than others.
— Lucas (@lukenadson12) July 5, 2014
If “my body is ready” becomes a trending hashtag, you’d have to think there’s no way LeBron could even think about signing elsewhere, right?