View: 5 Notable Twitter Reactions To LeBron’s Cleveland Return
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(CBS) The news of LeBron James’ return to Cleveland was broken by Sports Illustrated’s Lee Jenkins on Twitter.
Somehow, Twitter itself managed not to break. Thankfully.
It also produced some of the best reactions and is one of the best places to take the temperature James deciding to go home. Here’s some of the notable tweets.
The Cleveland Plain-Dealer’s front page has already been revealed for Saturday …
LeBron James' return: Saturday's front page of The Plain Dealer http://t.co/h8KFb6UAPX—
(@clevelanddotcom) July 11, 2014
Cavaliers owner Dan Gilbert, he of the infamous letter chiding James for leaving the Heat, tells his son he can wear his LeBron jersey again …
My 8-year-old: "Daddy, does this mean I can finally wear my Lebron jersey, again?"...Yes it does, son. Yes it does!—
Dan Gilbert (@cavsdan) July 11, 2014
Browns quarterback and fellow celebrity Johnny Manziel chimed in and was even overshadowed for a day in the news cycle …
Johnny Manziel (@JManziel2) July 11, 2014
Heat owner Micky Arison stayed even keel after hearing the news …
I am shocked & disappointed in today's news. However I will never forget what Lebron brought us for 4 years. Thanks for memories @KingJames—
Micky Arison (@MickyArison) July 11, 2014
76ers rookie big man Joel Embiid tried and failed to get James to Philadelphia …
I guess my recruiting skills didn't work—
Joel-Hans Embiid (@JoelEmbiid) July 11, 2014