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A lawmaker in Ohio wants a LeBron James license plate to be made so the state’s motorists have a chance to capitalize on the NBA superstar's popularity.
State Representative Bill Patmon is preparing to propose legislation to create a license plate that reads, "LeBron James Witness 2.0.” This action would be honoring James' decision to come back to the Cavaliers, according to the Associated Press.
"When LeBron came home, it was a big deal for us," Patmon, a Democrat, told the AP. "It might not be for the rest of the world, but it's a big deal for Cleveland."
Since James decided to go back home to Cleveland, the state of Ohio has been excited about the child prodigy bringing his talents to the Quicken Loans Arena again.
Tickets sales have sky rocketed for the Cleveland Cavaliers since James decided to go back. On July 11, it was reported that Cleveland’s home games have already sold out, reports ESPN.
James returning to the franchise that made him a global icon is something that he saw himself doing. While in Miami, he did not rule out the possibility of going back to the Cavaliers.
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