CLEVELAND -- We're getting some insight from those super keyed into whether free agent LeBron James could be returning to play for the Cleveland Cavaliers.
Serious speculation started building after James met with the Heat's president, Pat Riley, Wednesday evening.
The Associated Press reported the Miami Heat president met with the four-time NBA MVP on Wednesday afternoon in Las Vegas, more than two weeks after James opted out of his contract and elected to become a free agent.
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James, his agent Rich Paul, Riley and Heat executive Andy Elisburg were at the meeting, an unidentified source told the AP.
The report didn't indicate whether James had made a decision about where he would play.
92.3 The Fan sports jocks follow LeBron all year long.
They concede that nobody knows what's going to happen and when.
However, their postulating and hypothesizing was not without a lot of good information.
Take for example a conversation with NBA "hall of famer" Charles Barkley.
Barkley spoke with the Bull and the Fox Show earlier about his take on James. He thinks King James should come back to his first NBA team, near his home town.
"I've said all along that I thought LeBron should go back to Cleveland," Barkley said. "I don't think he 'shoulda' left Cleveland in the first place."
The guys were doing a great job of keeping the energy high -- taking calls from fans who want to see LeBron back in Cleveland.
They were watching the twitter feeds of NBA insiders… especially following Chris Sheridan… the NBA guru, who's now saying it's a done deal and LeBron is coming back.
The Bull and The Fox host Dustin Fox says Sheridan does have a lot of credibility. "He's been right before, Go back to to 2010, he actually at the time worked for ESPN and he was one of the only people who predicted LeBron to go to Miami," Fox told Channel 3's Hilary Golston. "He got that right."
The show's hosts have their own twitter fever even creating the hashtag, #stormtheland, now trending all over the place.
The sports aficionados weren't neglecting how Heat fans feel LeBron "decision number two."
They have a stake in all of this as well.