Cleveland Cavaliers Continue To Court Its King

Andrew PalumboSenior Analyst IJanuary 20, 2010

In the most recent attempt to convince LeBron James to remain in a Cavaliers uniform, another Cleveland great has appealed to the King and urged him to stay.

Jim Brown, former Cleveland Browns great and NFL Hall-of-Famer, spoke out this week to send a public message to LeBron.  While in attendance at last night's game against the Toronto Raptors, Brown hinted at the fact that LeBron is a special figure for his era.

LeBron, according to Jim Brown, has not sold himself to the highest bidder yet and still remains a moral player who makes solid decisions that are not solely financial.

It seems that almost as many people have come out of the woodwork urging LeBron to stay in Cleveland as those who have attempted to lure the King away from his hometown fans.

Will he or won't he?  That's the question that remains on every Cavaliers fan's mind from now until next season.  

Is there a new home for LBJ in Chicago, Miami, or New York?  We'll just have to wait and see.

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