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From 'King' to Public Enemy No. 1

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There was 100-percent love for homeboy LeBron James in the state and city he grew up in for the last decade, with not an ounce of hate for Ohio's most popular man.


That dramatically changed at about 8:27 p.m. central time Thursday evening, as James turned his back on his hometown Cleveland Cavaliers and decided to form one of the most-talented trios ever manifested in the NBA.

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Brian Wierima
Detroit Lakes Newspapers Sports Editor for the last 15 years. St. Cloud State University graduate, who hails from Deer Creek, MN.