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Topic - Merry Quitness
Boos and obscenities rained down on LeBron James in the arena that was once his home.
Boos and obscenities rained down on LeBron James in the arena that was once his home. He didn't seem to mind. By halftime, James was the one having fun. Returning as a villain to his home state and the city he scorned this summer, King James was greeted with deafening boos, vulgar chants and some unprintable words from Cleveland fans who waited five months for him Thursday night as the Miami Heat played the Cavaliers.