'Band for Bron' Movement to Keep LeBron James in Miami Reaches New Level

via ESPN West Palm
Kyle NewportFeatured ColumnistJune 30, 2014

With LeBron James deciding where to take his talents next season, a number of Floridians have started a movement to convince him to stay in Miami.

ESPN West Palm started a Twitter account, @BandForBron, to encourage fans to tweet pictures of them wearing headbands in honor of James:

Adults, kids and even pets have attempted to convince the four-time NBA Most Valuable Player to re-sign with the Heat.

One group recently kicked things up a notch, via ESPN West Palm: 

On Sunday, Holy Spirit Episcopalian Church in West Palm Beach took the LeBron movement to a new level. The congregation and clergy of the church all donned headbands and dedicated part of their service to asking for LeBron's return.

The church was filled with people wearing headbands:

via ESPN West Palm

via ESPN West Palm

Heat fans are pulling out all the stops to try to keep James in South Beach.

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