Who can forget the furor caused by LeBron James' announcement that he was leaving Cleveland and taking his talents to South Beach?
Cavaliers fans burned LeBron's jerseys and called him everything but a child of God after his much-hyped "Decision" in 2010.
Is LeBron on the verge of breaking the hearts of his hometown fans again?
After winning 2 rings with the Miami Heat, James returned to Cleveland last year and made good on his promise to bring the city its first championship title in 52 years.
But according to published reports (and not just idle gossip), James registered his sons, LeBron Jr., 11, and Bryce, 9, in the Brentwood school district in Los Angeles County.
If you recall, James purchased a $20.9 million home in Los Angeles last November.
The 9,350 square-foot, 6-bedroom mansion is not far from the Staples Center in downtown Los Angeles, where the Los Angeles Lakers call home.
Cavaliers fans who have any doubts about James' next big move may recall the first sign that LeBron was leaving Miami: when he listed his Miami mansion for sale.
Alexander the Great once said when he saw the breadth (size) of his domain, he "wept, for there were no more worlds to conquer."
LeBron's superego craves more titles and more worlds to conquer. And that's not a good sign for Cleveland Cavaliers fans.