LeBron James flattered by campaign

LeBron James admits that he is flattered by the Cleveland Cavaliers fans' campaign.

Miami Heat star LeBron James has conceded that he was flattered by the 'Come Home LeBron' campaign from the Cleveland Cavaliers fans.

A group of fans have gone as far as raising money to put up billboards and passed out several thousand "Come Home LeBron" T-shirts on Wednesday night, as the Miami Heat came away from Cleveland with a 95-84 win.

"It's very flattering," he told reporters, according to ESPN.

"Anytime you have fans who appreciate the way you play, it's humbling."

While the T-shirts got James's attention, he refused to discuss his future as he looks ahead to the possibility of testing free agency next summer.

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