A LeBron James mural designed for the side of the Sherwin Williams building has been submitted for consideration by the city.
CLEVELAND - Two athletes have responded to a fan that ran onto the court at Wednesday night's Cavs/Heat game.
James Blair, 21, was arrested and charged with criminal trespassing after storming the court wearing a "We miss you, come back 2014" shirt in a nod to LeBron James.
The Heat superstar answered his superfan via Twitter and called him "brave."
LeBron responded Thursday night quoting the tweet and then writing "(Yesir! Brave guy)"
Cleveland Browns lineman James Pinkston has also corresponded with Blair.
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Blair appeared in court Friday morning and paid a $250 fine, as well as court costs.
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