So LeBron James has announced his return to the Cleveland Cavaliers and, all of a sudden, all is well again. The anger felt at James' defection to Miami, as best expressed by owner Dan Gilbert, has been dissipated in an act of forgiveness and Cavs fans can now dig their jerseys out from where they stored them four years ago and remember that they are fans. Save for romanticized curtain calls as part of a last hurrah, it is rare for players to return to their original clubs, especially while still playing at something resembling the top of their game. For the St Louis Rams, for example, Will Witherspoon is one such returnee, but this was little more than a cameo appearance, mainly due to Jo-Lonn Dunbar's suspension. Perhaps free agents apply the same maxim one should to terminated romantic relationships: it is best to not go back.