I said hundreds of thousands. Attributed specifically to The Decision. I've never said anything about overall economic impact of his leaving, but bistiza has explicitly stated that his problem wasn't with the fact THAT he left but rather HOW he left. If we're conceding LeBron had the freedom to leave Cleveland at all without being a "**** person," that what makes him a "**** person" is specifically The Decision, then the only relevant concern is the economic impact of The Decision itself. Overall economic impact of his leaving is totally irrelevant. Unfortunately I'm pretty sure bistiza was thinking about overall economic impact when he brought it up in the first place, and now in order to avoid ever conceding anything (which I have literally never seen him do), he has gotten himself into the middle of this shitstorm in which he needs to defend a statement that there was a significant detriment to the Cleveland economy specifically associated with The Decision. Which is frankly asinine.