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Josh Wallace, like many Cavs fans, says he's been "going back and forth between Twitter and Bleacher Report" for the latest updates on the LeBron Watch. (Source: WOIO) Josh Wallace, like many Cavs fans, says he's been "going back and forth between Twitter and Bleacher Report" for the latest updates on the LeBron Watch. (Source: WOIO)
Carli Mendelow would like to see LeBron's return, but is skeptical. Carli Mendelow would like to see LeBron's return, but is skeptical.
CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) -

The city of Cleveland has been on edge waiting for LeBron James' next big decision.

Even the most relaxed workplaces have employees watching.

In the modern, open offices of Marcus Thomas, Josh Wallace said he's been "going back and forth between Twitter and Bleacher Report" for the latest updates. He has a LeBron drawing right next to his desk.

Tom Prendergast said he's "still being very productive," but LeBron Watch has definitely had an impact on his day.

"If I'm being honest, I will spend 10 minutes here and there checking and refreshing the news feeds to see what's going on," he said.

For Pamela Gant, Twitter is key for keeping up with LeBron. She's even created a special column for LeBron updates.

"I called it ‘Decision 2.0' so I didn't have to sort through my Twitter—it would just sort it for me," she said.

Gant said despite all the hype, she's able to keep up with her e-mails and stay productive. If anything happens, she'll have plenty of alerts coming in.

"It's fun! There's a lot happening and people are talking about it," she said.

LeBron was expected to post the big announcement on his website, lebronjames.com, but it has yet to appear.

Among the millions waiting, are kids attending the Cleveland Cavaliers summer basketball camp.

"Everyone wants him to come back," said camper Asher Rohm. "It would be great if he did because Cleveland would have so much more wins. It would be great."

Carli Mendelow, another camper, would like to see LeBron's return, but is skeptical.

"If he comes back and finishes off his career, that would be nice, but I think he is going to stay with the Heat," she said.

Ann Torkelson disagrees.

"Friends saw moving trucks in his driveway" she said. "I hope he's coming back."

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