Date: June 13th, 2018 9:38 AM
Author: John Ruskin, recoiling at Demi Moore's full bush (firstname.lastname@example.org)
CLEVELAND, Ohio - If LeBron James does leave Cleveland this summer to pursue opportunities elsewhere, he certainly wouldn't be the only person to do so.
Economic analysis website 24/7 Wall Street ranked the top "50 Cities American Are Abandoning" based on "net decline in population as a result of migration between 2010 and 2017."
The figures, taken from the U.S. Census Bureau sadly place Cleveland at fifth on that list, behind only St. Louis, Detroit, Los Angeles and Chicago.
According to the report, Cleveland lost over 33,000 residents to migration between 2010 and 2017. Toledo and Youngstown also placed on the list at 12th and 19th, respectively.
So where is everyone going? Columbus is an option, as the city placed 24th on the list of "Cities Americans are Flocking To."
Texas was also an option, with several cities in the state ranking towards the top of the list. Perhaps Houston or San Antonio is a realistic destination for King James.