A lot of controversies sparked recently because of a couple of LeBron James Instagram posts. These posts featured the Miami scenery and an appreciative message from LeBron James for the memories he shared in South Beach. But many took these harshly small social media posts and made them into huge controversial pieces of evidence to suggest King James wants to return to the Miami Heat.

But it is not something out of the ordinary for the Cavaliers small forward though. He has a lot of history with controversial social media posts. We have seen a lot of simple 140 characters or fewer tweets from the account of @KingJames bring a lot of commotion and draw a lot of attention from fans and media.

This is more or less due to the celebrity height that LeBron is, and the fact that whatever he has to say becomes an interesting news story. A lot of people want to hear what the King has to say.

The Miami Heat don’t think so

Although a lot of the media and fans seem to believe that the Miami Heat are setting up a young team with lots of cap space to go after LeBron James and other superstar free agents in the 2018 offseason, that just isn’t the case.

A man who has a lot of knowledge with what goes on in South Beach, Miami Herald’s Barry Jackson says that the Miami Heat organization do not believe that King James has ‘serious’ interest in returning to the team he once won two championships with.

Instead, they hold the thought that he will stay with the Cleveland Cavaliers or will go to the Los Angeles Lakers, a team with young superstar Lonzo Ball.

Will LeBron leave Cleveland?

The 2018 offseason will be another very intriguing one for anyone interested in where LeBron James might be playing basketball in the next season.

For the past few seasons, there hasn’t been too many signs that Mr. James won’t continue his career in a Cavaliers wine and gold jersey. Many believed, once James returned to the Cavs in 2014, he would spend the rest of his illustrious career in Northeast Ohio, the place he grew up. After he brought Cleveland their first championship in 2016, the thought of LeBron ever leaving the Cavs again didn’t cross anyone’s minds.

But after the addition of KD to the 73-win Warriors that beat his team in the 2017 NBA Finals in five games. The number of offseason player moves and the frustration he holds for the Cavs management for firing David Griffin, not signing any good players and threatening to trade Kyrie Irving. The chance of LeBron leaving the Cavs is reasonably high.