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Reactions to James' return to Cavaliers

Saturday, July 12, 2014 - Updated: 4:08 AM

"YESSSSSSSS!! Couldn't be happier for my guy (at)KingJames and the (at)cavs (hash)Cleveland." -- Johnny Manziel, Cleveland Browns quarterback, who signed James' friend Maverick Carter and LRMR to handle some of his marketing.

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"Welcome Home (at)KingJames. I am excited for the fans and people of Cleveland and Ohio. No fans and people deserve a winner more than them.... My 8-year-old: "Daddy, does this mean I can finally wear my Lebron jersey, again?"...Yes it does, son. Yes it does!" -- Cavaliers owner Dan Gilbert.

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"I am shocked & disappointed in today's news. However I will never forget what Lebron brought us for 4 years. Thanks for memories (at)KingJames" -- Heat owner Micky Arison.

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"Can't blame a man for wanting to return home to play. Wish nothing but the best to (at)KingJames !!" -- Team USA soccer player Jozy Altidore

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"Thank you to (at)KingJames for giving us 4 great years! Wish you much success back home in Ohio." -- U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla.

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"Had the Heat the entire way. Lebron is a bigger man than me. I would have had a hard time forgiving Gilbert after that letter. Props to Lebron." -- former tennis star Andy Roddick.

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"Lebron is doing it his way.. Gotta respect it!" -- Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry.

-- The Associated Press

     

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