Cleveland Cavaliers fans are dusting off their LeBron James jerseys (at least the ones they didn’t burn), and the son of the team’s owner is no different.
James announced Friday that he’s returning to Cleveland, almost four years to the day that he left the Cavaliers to sign with the Miami Heat. That decision left James as Public Enemy No. 1 in his hometown.
My, how things have changed.
Shortly after James announced the news, Cleveland celebrated like crazy. That celebration included Cavaliers owner Dan Gilbert, who took to Twitter shortly thereafter with this message.[tweet https://twitter.com/cavsdan/status/487634864573669376 align=’center’]
He wasn’t the only person in the Gilbert household filled with jubilation, though.[tweet https://twitter.com/cavsdan/status/487642613613219842 align=’center’]
After four years, you have to wonder if that old No. 23 jersey still fits the young fella. If he needs a new jersey, you’d think his father might be able to help with that.