Cleveland residents must have way too much time on their hands.
Ohio Governor Ted Strickland was among the many people that came together recently to dedicate a song to NBA star LeBron James.
James becomes the most prized free agent in NBA history this summer. He will have the option of either re-signing with the Cleveland Cavaliers or playing with another team.
The Cavaliers have made their love for their hometown hero no secret over the years, but this is just getting sad.
James’ impending free agency has been an event anticipated by various NBA franchises for many years. Teams like the New York Knicks have been setting aside money and absorbing contracts for over three years to be able to offer The King a maximum level contract.
While James has never commented on his future, many expected him to stay with the Cavaliers if his team was able to win a championship this year. Unfortunately, the Cavaliers were defeated in the second round of the NBA Playoffs by the Boston Celtics.
In an effort to show their love and dedication to James, Ohio Senator Sherrod Brown, Governor Ted Strickland, as well as countless players, lawyers, and fans have made a We Are the World-type song titled We Are LeBron.
There are a lot of jokes that can be made over this, but nothing is funnier (or sadder) than the actual video.
There comes a time, when a decision must be made Will the King, move on or will he stay? We're helplessly waiting, as we hold our breath in fear. Should we renew, our tickets for next year? Please stay LeBron, We really need you No bigger market's gonna love you half as much as we do It's a choice you're making, will you go or will you stay.... What will we do with that big sign, if you move away? Just tell us King, what changes we must make, We'll rename every street 'LeBron' if that's what it takes.... New York's overcrowded, Those people are unbearable, And don't forget, the Knicks and Nets are terrible.... Please stay LeBron, we really need you, No bigger market's gonna love you half as much as we do...