Personally I don't think he will, for a number of reasons. Cleveland is a backward organization, always has been and always will be (in 33 years they've never been to the NBA Finals... they haven't even won more than 47 games for over 12 years). It's hard to stay with a club that drafts the likes of Jackson, Diop, and Wagner with high picks and then just lets their second best player Carlos Boozer walk without any compensation (sure he promised them he'd stay... but trust me a decent club would have made 100% sure... not just shaken hands). My second reason is that LeBron is soon going to find out he's a big fish in a small pond, unlike my first reason this will never change. That's what Shaq felt when he left Orlando. Shaq wanted to be a big fish in a BIG pond and that's what he got by leaving to LA. If LeBron doesn't feel the organization is driven enough to win by next season he'll bolt town, and this will be a very smart move on James' part.