I've sat here for days pondering what I would do at LeBron James' return to Cleveland.
If this was the middle of July, just a few weeks after the "Decision," my decisions would have been simple.
As odd as that sounds, it would have been the only thing I could have done to channel my inner rage from LeBron's betrayal to the city he claimed he would not leave to go "ring chasing," as he put it.
But now a few months have gone by.
I have written many articles expressing my feelings about all of the parties involved in the process.
You already know I condone Dan Gilbert's letter to a certain extent—minus the whole slavery point of view.
You definitely know that I have no problem with an athlete leaving his team. It was just the method that he did it in.
And finally, all of the fans out there know that I think that there is a solid core of players on this team that could keep the Cavaliers as a playoff contender. If only general manager Chris Grant would go out and get a certain A.I. from Philadelphia.
With all of that said, I think there are a lot of fans confused as to what they should do tonight when LeBron James returns to Quicken Loans Arena for the first time since he became public enemy No. 1 in the city.
There are t-shirts expressing this anger, signs that will not be allowed into the arena. And there are plenty of Cleveland fans with the urge to chuck a bottle onto the court (see Browns versus Jaguars circa 2001).
And with all of these different options for the fans, it is only fitting that I provide you with the five things I think should be done at the game.
And no, throwing things onto the court is not part of my plan...sorry to disappoint.