LeBron James took his talents to Miami -- but his rides will stay in the 3-3-0.
The Plain Dealer reports the Medina County warehouse that served as a home for LeBron's "extensive" car collection is changing hands and tenants who were keeping their rides under the roof are finding new garages, including the NBA star. LeBron's lawyer says the King's collection is moving to a location in Akron but no specifics.
In the newspapers "What Ever Happened To..." series of reports the background has James' collection kept in a warehouse owned by 900 Medina Road LLC, which filed for bankruptcy last year after defaulting on it's mortgage. Clients were fully paid up with their rent but the property went into foreclosure last year, and has since been sold to a manufacturing company.
Rachael Garage Holdings actually takes care of LeBron's auto collection.