Cleveland appears to be growing in confidence that LeBron James will return to the Cavs.
The four-time MVP is set to meet with Heat President Pat Riley on Wednesday.
A Cleveland t-shirt maker already has designed a shirt that reads "For6iven" to indicate LeBron's return.
Ceder Point is planning to name a roller coaster after LeBron if he comes back.
More importantly, the Cavs created cap space for a possible return by trading away the salary of Jarrett Jack in a 3-team deal.
On twitter, moving trucks were also spotted outside of LeBron's Coconut Grove home.
LeBron does spent his summers in Ohio and is planning a trip to the World Cup final in Brazil.
For now, plenty of signs pointing towards a possible return, but nothing concrete from LeBron.
Rather, he posted a picture with some of his high school friends on instagram.