Dan Gilbert pens LeBron James another farewell letter, skips using comic sans

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James' path to the NBA Finals in the Western Conference just got even more hard, though, and players can't officially sign contracts until Friday.

Nearly immediately after the James news was announced, it was reported that San Antonio Spurs superstar Kawhi Leonard is "set" on being a Los Angeles Laker as a result of James signing with the team.

The unnamed fan, who's going viral, reportedly didn't suffer any serious injuries, except for the preexisting one: a star breaking his heart. The win at the end of the 2015-2016 season marked the city of Cleveland's first professional sports title in 52 years.

This one fan seems to have acted alone, although supervision clearly was necessary.

Magic Johnson reportedly played a big role in the Los Angeles Lakers landing LeBron James.

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Back in 2010 at the time of James "taking his talents to South Beach" and Gilbert's original letter, many dismissed the idea of the three-time NBA MVP ever returning to Cleveland simply based on its owner's original farewell letter.

"Thank you Northeast Ohio for an incredible 4 seasons". The Lakers face the challenge of beating the reigning champions, the Golden State Warriors.

For all the grief Love catches, never forget he signed a maximum contract extension with the Cavaliers the second he became a free agent. With Cousins, the Warriors can secure the title again next year. Those who don't pass muster can be set free next summer, when LA will have on their books only about $21 million for the four youngsters and Wagner, the waivable (and stretchable) $18 million on Luol Deng's contract and the $38 million they'll pay James.

And while such big names as Chris Paul of Houston and Paul George of Oklahoma City have agreed to terms to stay with their teams, nothing can be signed until Friday - leaving lots of time for players to consider what sort of situation the Lakers with James could offer. It brought in an estimated $21 million in earned media for Goodyear.

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