A group of Cavaliers fans recently launched a campaign to try to entice LeBron to bring his talents back to his hometown once the high-hairlined one (potentially) becomes a free agent in 2014. The fans reportedly spent $50,000 on t-shirts (distributed last Wednesday at the Heat v. Cavs game) and billboard ads around Cleveland which certainly got James' attention.
"It's very flattering," James said before the Heat's 95-84 win over the Cavs. "Anytime you have fans who appreciate the way you play, it's humbling."
Bron-Bron, though, gave no indication about his future plans and left the "Come Home Lebron" fans dying to launch an even stronger recruiting campaign. We're not sure, however, if this would be their best pitch:
|A "Come Home" fan catches LeBron's attention on court|
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|Looks like the same fan that ran onto the court was the one distributing the shirts at the arena|
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|One of the billboards spotted in Cleveland|
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