LeBron James is back on the free-agent market for the first time since he left his hometown Cleveland Cavaliers for the Miami Heat. Doesn't all that summer's bitterness seem so long ago now? Might James want to try playing with a star guard who has two working legs? He might, right? He hasn't said he wouldn't!

In some sort of signal that reconciliation might be theoretically not impossible, Cavaliers owner Dan Gilbert got the NBA to help him finally take down his notorious 2010 open letter—composed in Comic Sans, the typeface of heartbreak—denouncing James for leaving his team. To give Gilbert even more help, here's an edited version of the letter, retooled for his team's 2014 needs, and addressed directly to Cleveland's former superstar:

"Dear...Hero": Dan Gilbert's Comic Sans Letter, Edited For 2014 LeBron