The future of the NBA's biggest star is up in the air this summer until a resolution is finally confirmed.
LeBron James faces the second big decision of his NBA career this summer as he is faced with the option of opting-out of his contract with the Miami Heat.
Its unlikely that NBA fans will be treated to a 'The Decision 2' like they were in 2010 when he made the move from the Cleveland Cavaliers to the Heat in the first place.
It was a move seen as controversial, remarkable and somewhat egotistical but lets face it, every NBA fan tuned in to watch.
Well now with his future unknown, an Instagram post on Monday caused a stir amongst fans of all teams as LeBron was once again the name on everyone's lips.
The strange part about the story was that the post didn't even come from LeBron himself but another member of the James household.
His wife Savannah was the culprit behind the post after she posted a picture of the state of Ohio with Akron written across the top and a star to mark its location.
A fairly innocuous post but when added is the caption that says "Home Sweet Home, the countdown is real #330".
A source has come out to play down the hype around the post however claiming that it is nothing more a reference to the James family vacation plans.
The family often spend their summers in Akron - their home town, and many sources close to the Heat organization and James himself have said it is nothing more than that.
Cleveland - America's new greatest city?
Speculation has been rife about James returning to his home state with many believing he may go back to the Cavaliers after his stay in Miami.
James has been a part of the big three in Miami for years and a return to Cleveland would send shock waves around the NBA.
It could prove a very successful summer for the Cavaliers after winning this years Draft lottery once again and winning the first pick in this weeks NBA draft.
If LeBron does return home, it wouldn't just be the Cavaliers who have made big news this summer, but the whole city of Cleveland.
The most hyped Quarterback in this years NFL draft Johnny Manziel also went to Cleveland after being drafted 22nd overall by the Browns.
If Cleveland ends the summer with two of the biggest names in sports having moved there, the city will surely be proud of its achievements in the off-season.