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When LeBron James left the Miami Heat and returned to the Cleveland Cavaliers, Heat owner Micky Arison said he was shocked and disappointed but also thanked James for everything he did for the team.  When James returned to Miami to play against the Heat the first time this season, he received a standing ovation and video tribute in his honor.  So it seemed Arison has been gracious in the loss of King James but he might be a little more bitter than we thought.

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On Friday, Arison retweeted two tweets from Forbes, which ranked the 10 happiest and unhappiest cities to work in across the country.  Arison retweeted the tweet ranking Miami, Florida as number 1 on the list then retweeted Forbes ranking Cleveland, Ohio as the unhappiest place to work in the country.

Coincidence? Maybe.  Perhaps those retweets were not intended for LeBron, and Arison just wanted his followers to know that Cleveland is not a happy place to work while Miami is, but I doubt anybody is buying that.

Arison later deleted the retweet about Cleveland.

The Cleveland Cavaliers are currently 21-20 with the 6th seed in the Eastern Conference while the Miami Heat are 18-22 with the 7th seed in the Eastern Conference.

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