LeBron James has been the most media-covered individual for months. His every move has been the top story for countless outlets. His name alone has become more commonplace than terms like "hello" and "goodbye."
The "King James Show" will air its final chapter on Thursday, in what should be every bit as exciting and emotional as the "Lost" or "24" finales.
But are we ready to let go of LeBron James, he who is the bread of our sports religion, the catalyst to our sports arguments and the butt of our sport beefs?
What will be the epilogue to the story of LBJ? Will we still care about the jewel of the NBA once he's made his decision about where he will play next year?
Sure we will. But eventually, the King will lose his tight grip on the sports media and will yield his reign as most popular athlete to someone else.
Perhaps it will be the next talented high school kid who can play beyond his years.
So how will LeBron keep us interested once he announces his decision and sinks out of the limelight?
Here is a list of what "King James" should do to remain the Elvis Presley of the sports world.