It seems every team wants LeBron, but not everyone can have him.
If you drive along I-480 in Cleveland, you may see unwanted billboards located almost 7 miles from Quicken Loans Arena.
A Philadelphia-based company put up three billboards on highway to downtown Cleveland this morning saying that city wanted LeBron. Here they are in order. pic.twitter.com/vntsa8h3mE
— Darren Rovell (@darrenrovell) February 26, 2018
The billboards say the Philadelphia 76ers want LeBron James to leave his hometown to head out east to play in a city better known for its Philly cheesesteaks than its basketball team.
The first sign features "#23" in maroon with a crown on the court with four blue numbers, indicating the 76ers team.
The second one several hundred feet away says "Complete The Process" and the third blatantly says "#PhillyWantsLeBron."
The signs, which will be up for three months, were created by Power Home Remodeling, a company based in Chester, Philadelphia.
The 76ers will be in town on Thursday night in a nationally televised game.