John Lockyer, IMAGES CFO: He’s going to Miami. Though, I’d love to see him stay in Cleveland. He’s great for the city, emotionally, psychologically and financially. The team has been built around him and he’s an industry unto himself. He brings alot to the area, including several jobs. But in Miami, he could win a championship.
Ahmad Ali, Account Supervisor: I wholeheartedly believe that LeBron is going to stay with Cleveland because that’s where it all began for him. From the Boys & Girls Club to high school to the NBA, he’s been dedicated to the city of Cleveland. His heart is telling him to stay because his home town deserves a championship.
Deven Sanders, PR Team: It’s either Cleveland or Miami. Definitely not New York.
Simon Trabelsi, Account Coordinator: Miami, New York or Cleveland. Miami first because D. Wade and Bosch are there and they both said they’d take less than the maximum in order to get LeBron. New York and Cleveland are tied for second. New York is a larger market and has more pieces in place, and with Cleveland, there’s that hometown tie-in.