Feb 24, 2013; Miami, FL, USA; Cleveland Cavaliers point guard Kyrie Irving (left) looks over at Miami Heat small forward LeBron James (right) as Cleveland Cavaliers head coach Byron Scott (center) looks on during the second half at the American Airlines Arena. MIami won 109-105. Mandatory Credit: Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports

LeBron James says he won't leave Cleveland Cavaliers again

LeBron James signed a short two-year deal, one that even allows for James to opt out of and become a free agent after this season, with the Cleveland Cavaliers this summer. That has led some to speculate that James could possibly leave Cleveland if things go sour and sign with another team in a year or two.

Well, if he didn’t make it clear enough that he is a Cavalier for the long haul when he announced his free agency decision in Sports Illustrated in July, LeBron drove that point home during his homecoming party in Akron on Friday.

LeBron also spoke about what it would mean for him to win a title as a Cavalier.

These comments shouldn’t surprise most people. It would be a horrible public relations move for LeBron to leave the Cavs again after he centered his return to the team on the idea of going home and playing for the Ohio fans.

LeBron James is a Cleveland Cavalier and that will be the case for the remainder of his career.

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