Cedar Point ups the ante for Lebron's return to Ohio

Cedar Point courts Lebron James.

Cedar Point is doing its part in potentially bring Lebron James back to Ohio.

The amusement park sent a tweet to James on Wednesday saying that if he comes back to the Cleveland Cavaliers, they will rename on of their rollercoasters after him.

The full tweet reads: "Hey @KingJames - come back to the @cavs and we'll rename on of our coasters, "King James!" Ball in your court, sir. RT, #Ohio!"

The four-time MVP, who left Cleveland to join the Miami Heat in 2010, entered free agency last month. He has been having meetings with different NBA teams, but has not given any indication of what team he'll play for next season.

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James is expected to meet with Heat President Pat Riley before making a final decision on his future. His representatives have also met with several teams, including the Cavaliers.