With LeBron James returning to Cleveland, take a look back at some of the most memorable moments from his first stint with the Cavaliers.
First to 40
March 24, 2004: LeBron, 19, became the youngest player to score 40 points in a game, when he put up 41 points against the New Jersey Nets.
ASSOCIATED PRESSTONY DEJAK
Rookie of the Year
With 78 of 118 first-place votes, James earned the NBA Rookie of the Year award. James averaged 20.9 points, 5.5 rebounds and 5.9 assists in his first season with the Cavaliers.
ASSOCIATED PRESSStuart Ramson
Jan. 19, 2005: James became the youngest player to record a triple-double as he scored 27 points, and added 11 rebounds and 10 assists against the Portland Trail Blazers.
March 30, 2005: James' 56 points against the Raptors sets a Cavs single-game record.
The 2006 All-Star Game MVP went to James, who scored 29 points and tacked on six rebounds to help lead the East to victory.
ASSOCIATED PRESSSUE OGROCKI
March 21, 2008: James moved past Brad Daugherty to become the Cavaliers' all-time scoring leader besting Daugherty's mark of 10,389. It took James 380 games with the team to claim the team record.
ASSOCIATED PRESSMark Duncan
In the zone
James, 22, went off in Game Five of the 2007 Eastern Conference Finals against Detroit. James scored 48 points for the game, scoring the Cavs' last 25 points and 29 of their last 30 in a 109-107 20T win.
ASSOCIATED PRESSPaul Sancya
Orlando was the victim of some LeBron magic in Game 2 of the 2009 Eastern Conference Finals. James dropped a game-winning three-pointer at the buzzer to send the crowd at The Q into a frenzy.