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Deng joins after LeBron James' high-profile exit following spells with the Chicago Bulls and the Cleveland Cavaliers

LeBron James has returned to the Cleveland Cavaliers

LeBron James returns to the Cleveland Cavaliers: NBA superstar announces decision to return to former team

LeBron left Cleveland in 2010 for the Miami Heat where he won two championships

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