Ohio Gov. Ted Strickland are among those pleading with LeBron James to remain a Cleveland Cavalier.
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There's a lot of very nervous people in the state of Ohio right now. Seems as if everything they have is riding on the decision of one man.
Lebron James, one of the most prized NBA free agents in the history of the league is weighing his options on whether to remain in Cleveland or bolt for what he hopes are greener pastures somewhere else.
The fact that his team lost to the Boston Celtics in the playoffs when they were expected to go to the NBA Championship might be the deciding factor for Lebron to play for another team next year.
So all the powers that be in Ohio put a "We Are The World" type song together titled "We Are Lebron" begging the 6'8 forward to stay.
Ohio Sen. Sherrod Brown and Gov. Ted Strickland are seen in the video with other former players, lawyers and fans looking downright pitiful.
I doubt this video will sway Lebron's decision one way or another, but I guess it was worth a try.
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