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Back in Cleveland, LeBron won't discuss future

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CLEVELAND (AP) - Home for the holiday and to play a game, LeBron James wouldn't discuss his possible free agency next summer.

The NBA's reigning MVP said it's still "weird" to come back to Cleveland as a visiting player. James spent seven seasons with the Cavaliers before leaving in 2010, and his decision to sign with Miami left many Cleveland fans feeling betrayed.

James said he is "flattered and humbled" to learn there are some fans who have launched a "Come Home LeBron" campaign designed to show him that he has been forgiven and would be welcomed back. He dodged a direct question about whether he would every play in Cleveland again, saying his only focus is on winning a third straight championship with the Heat.

James is hosting Thanksgiving dinner for his teammates at his 30,000-square-foot home near Akron on Thursday.

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