Different groups are doing their part to make the experience as positive as possible.
For Chris Jungjohann and Pastor Dan Burgoyne, seeing LeBron's jersey burn once he announced his decision made them realize something more had to be done.
Chris Jungjohann teamed up with Yours Truly Resturants to provide a place for people to bring their old LeBron gear. The boxes of T-shirts and jerseys will be sent south to homeless shelters in Miami.
Jungjohann and his friend Beau Miller are taking a humorous approach to this entire ordeal.
They are calling it a break-up, and have produced shirts that say "It's not us, it's you."
The shirts are $15 and the money raised will go to the Cleveland City Mission.
Miller says, "LeBron belongs to Miami now, and we are moving on we just figure this is a good chance to show the heart of Cleveland."
Miller's company also put together a video about the so-called break-up.
Dan Burgoyne is the pastor at NeoChurch in Independence. His congregation is putting up signs everywhere that read, "King James Who?" The sign is signed, "God."
Burgoyne says, "We want to make sure that people know the real king doesn't leave you, he doesn't forsake you, he is always with you."
Burgoyne says the signs are free and anyone is welcome to them.