Prominent Clevelanders Record ‘We Are LeBron’ Video

At one point in the waning N.B.A. season, Mike Polk, a lifelong Cavaliers fan and video producer, had an idea to produce a video to help convince LeBron James to stay in Cleveland after he becomes a free agent on July 1. He convinced Break Media to go along with his idea, and when the Cavaliers were unceremoniously bounced from the playoffs Thursday night, the video had its opening.

The city of Cleveland is rallying to keep Cavaliers' star LeBron James from leaving town.
A music video posted on Break.com features local celebrities and Ohio Gov. Ted Strickland in a sing-along to the tune of "We Are the World." The song's lyrics say, "Please stay, LeBron. We really need you. No bigger market's gonna love you half as much as we do."