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As LeBron James of the Cleveland Cavaliers and Draymond Green of the Golden State Warriors gear up for game 5 in Oakland on Monday night, National Basketball Association fans were treated to a 30-minute barbershop conversation that showed a different side to the uber competitive set.

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"He (Gilbert) not only disrespected me, but my name", James tells the group. "And my name is not just myself, it's my wife, my kids, my grandfather, my mother, so many more people".

Apparently not everyone was "All In" on the decision by LeBron to return to Northeast Ohio.

His mom took it a step further insisting she's staying put in Miami, 'You go back, I'm not going with you'.

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James has addressed the letter in the past when he said he "met with Dan, face-to-face, man-to-man" and added that "we've talked it out". It's more of a bigger picture.

His scoring average, rebounding, and three-point shooting have also risen with the progression of each series, realizing his team would need more from him as they get closer to an National Basketball Association championship. And I believe I'm that way out.

Iguodala's Warriors are up 3-0 in the NBA Finals, and therefore close to ending the season.

While it would be surprising to see James leave his hometown once again, if the Lakers are able to lure Paul George to Los Angeles, it would then make a move for James even more likely.