LeBron already defaced in Miami mural honoring Heat

Just hours after LeBron James announced he was leaving Miami to return to Cleveland, the man who helped bring two titles to South Beach and helped lead the Heat to four straight NBA Finals is being erased from existence -- in a mural, at least.

A man spray paints "Thanks LeBron" over a vandalized mural of LeBron James and the Miami Heat in Miami.

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Apparently some in Miami aren't happy with LeBron's latest decision.

Just hours after LeBron James announced he was leaving Miami to return to Cleveland, the man who helped bring two titles to South Beach and helped lead the Heat to four straight NBA Finals is being erased from existence -- in a mural, at least.

The Miami Heat 2012 championship mural, which WPLG in Miami reports took more than two years for local artist Serge Toussaint to complete, looked like this Friday morning.

Then, shortly after LeBron's announcement, it looked like this:

Later in the day, it got downright ugly:

But while LeBron's already been erased in Miami, he's already showing up on buildings again in Cleveland. My, how quickly things change.

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