Being a Cleveland Cavalier’s fan isn’t so bad these days, but back in the summer of 2010 times were a little tougher. That was the year that LeBron James decided to take his “talents to South Beach,” leaving fans stunned. Cleveland fans were so outraged by their hometown hero’s sudden departure that many resulted to destroying James’ gear. In addition to burning jerseys, some fans gave away even more precious James’ memorabilia. One fan was so upset that he actually got rid of his game worn Nike LeBron IIs, which ultimately ended up in a thrift store in Youngstown, OH.


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