So is it Cleveland or Miami?
Many of you have been asking my thoughts, and my honest answer is: I don't know.
I really don't know.
My mind keeps changing with every new development, but as of early Thursday morning, I'm leaning in Miami's direction.
And here's why: LeBron met with Heat President Pat Riley and said he would think about it. As far as we know, LeBron has not met with Cavs owner Dan Gilbert. Wouldn't you think with their past, they would want to talk face to face?
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Who knows, maybe if LeBron comes back, he can have the type of relationship with Gilbert where they just stay out of each other's way.
Maybe they've patched things up through LeBron's agent.
Again, I don't know.
But I just think it's strange that they haven't met. For LeBron, the meetings started and ended with the Miami Heat.
At the same time, when LeBron left here, Cavs fans questioned his loyalty. Now, the same fans are hoping he never learned his lesson, and want him to be disloyal to Miami.
Yes, we feel we should be treated better because this is his home state.
I don't know who has the advantage right now at this minute.
The Heat or the Cavs? I'm leaning with Miami, but like our weather, give it five minutes and I may change my mind again.
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