Remember what happened that time LeBron James left Cleveland?

It was four years ago this week that Cavaliers fans got their hearts broken.

It was four years ago this week that Cavaliers fans got their hearts broken.

With rumors running rampant that LeBron James may be on his way back to Cleveland, the Buzzer thought it would be fun to look back at that time James left the Cavaliers.

Naturally, most Cleveland fans want LeBron back in Ohio and away from the Heat. However, on July 8, 2010, when he announced on national television that he was "taking his talents to South Beach," the emotions were all over the map.

Here are some highlights during that time period.

The initial reaction of Cavaliers fans immediately after "The Decision" was shock and disappointment:

Then a visceral hate took over and the fans quickly turned to burning LeBron jerseys:

And throwing LeBron jerseys in the garbage:

Then the enormous Nike "Witness" banner was removed from downtown Cleveland:

And then when LeBron returned to Cleveland on Dec. 2, 2010, they booed him from start to finish:

Who knows what will happen this time around as we await LeBron's decision, but some Cavaliers fans are already preparing themselves for heartbreak one more time.



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