The massive LeBron James banner hanging downtown is being removed again following the superstar's announcement he's leaving Cleveland.
Then it was time to thank the man who was most responsible for that signature moment: "None of this would have happened if LeBron James did not agree to come back home and lead the Cavaliers to the promised land".
The enormous banner hanging on the Sherwin-Williams Global Headquarters Wall in downtown Cleveland is now in the process of removal. A spokesman for the paint company said Nike will remove the banner this week, and Sherwin-Williams does not yet have a plan to replace it. James, 33, put an end to the saga in the early hours of the morning by joining the Lakers on a four-year deal worth £116m ($154).
LeBron James throws talc into the air in a pregame ritual on April 3, 2008.
After learning the billboard was coming down, some people headed over to take photos in front of it.
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The remaining James jerseys at the team store at Quicken Loans Arena also are being cleared out.
Only the two-time defending champion Golden State Warriors have better championship odds than the Lakers at the Westgate.
Los Angeles was the top market, understandably, for James jersey pre-sales on Fanatics, which began selling the jersey with a double zero.
That comes despite rampant speculation that the four-time MVP would bolt his hometown team for a second time after opting out opt of the final year of his contract, which would have paid him $35.6 million in 2018-19.