CLEVELAND — Cheered by a sea of wine-and-gold dressed fans spilling off sidewalks and choking the streets, LeBron James and the Cavaliers are parading as NBA champions.
The title drought in Cleveland is over. The party — and a procession slowed to a crawl by a mass of humanity — is just getting started.
And James gave his hometown fans even more reason to celebrate Wednesday by telling reporters he intends to stay in Cleveland, skipping the drama of previous splashy announcements when he decided to go to Miami in 2010 then come back to the Cavaliers four years later.
Hundreds of thousands of fans, some arriving Tuesday night to camp out so they could...