They booed, they held signs and they cheered for Heat mistakes. The only thing Cavaliers fans couldn’t do was get a little revenge. In his first game back in Cleveland as a member of the Heat — in his first game back since “The Decision” — LeBron James scored 38 points with eight assists and five rebounds, and led Miami in a 118-90 rout of his former team.James, an Akron native, spent his first seven NBA seasons with Cleveland before becoming a free agent this past summer. Instead of choosing to re-sign with the Cavaliers, James opted to play with Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh on the Heat.
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