LeBron brings his talents back to Cleveland for a night

Heat star returns to home state

By David Lang - Executive Producer
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MIAMI - LeBron James is taking his talents back to Cleveland for a night.

The Heat star will look to follow up a 35-point performance against the Phoenix Suns with another memorable moment against his former team.

In LeBron's first trip back to Cleveland on Dec. 2, 2010, he was booed throughout the game by fans.

He also managed to score 38 points in Miami's 28-point win.

Back in March, a fan rushed onto the court to give LeBron a hug and beg him to opt out of his contract this summer.

LeBron can expect Cleveland fans to try to convince him to return home.

James has said repeatedly he will not discuss this offseason until the season is over.

LeBron will be helping out his teammates on this road trip.

Since the team is away from home, James will be hosting Thanksgiving dinner at his home in Akron.

Dwyane Wade said, "I think it's great that we're, obviously we're not home with our families for Thanksgiving.  But at least it worked out that we can be in someone else's home.  And it's a very nice home, that we're going to.  I'll make sure I put on the right clothes and the right socks.  Gotta take your shoes off at the door type of house."

Chris Bosh was not pleased that the champs have to travel for the holidays, "I mean we're still on the road, we're still away from our families which kinda sucks.  You would think being the champs we'd be able to spend the holidays at home.  But that's not the case.  But one thing about it, we get to be around each other at least.  We're at somebody's house, it might as well be the biggest house in the world."

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