LeBron James was the prodigal child of Akron, Ohio, and when he was picked by the Cleveland Cavaliers, it was destined to be a lifelong narrative. Then came his heel turn, leaving for the bright lights of Miami and winning two championships with four finals appearances. And then the unbelievable happened — he returned home — humbled, and willing to accept a home that burned his likeness in effigy. The story is so cinematic it’s practically dripping off the page. But what kind of movie would it be?
Let’s take a look at how famous directors Spike Lee, Michael Bay, Woody Allen and David Lynch would write LeBron’s story.