LeBron James Signs With The Cleveland Cavaliers

July 11, 2014 BY

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LeBron James will re-sign with the Cleveland Cavaliers, as revealed in a Sports Illustrated exclusive letter today. Is this a case of redemption or unfinished business? LeBron has experienced success with his first NBA team, reaching the NBA Finals once and earning MVP awards during his initial tenure. His departure in the Summer of 2010 drew plenty of criticism – so much to the point that despite his various accomplishments and NBA titles, his purported abandonment of his home team was the takeaway memory from quite an illustrious career. But LeBron’s return is more than just a homecoming – it’s a move that could potentially win him more rings because the Cavs roster is one that’s ready to emerge into contender status.

What does this mean for his Nike shoes? The color palette will change from White, Yellow, and Vibrant Red to a rich Wine Red and Gold, but get ready for some PE colorways of the Hardwood Classic and CavFanatic variety. Stay tuned to Sneaker News for more updates on the Nike LeBron 12 front and let us know what sort of colorways you’d like to see.

Source: Sports Illustrated

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