So Cleveland's over it, right?

LeBron James made his highly anticipated return to Cleveland Thursday night and continued to set records on the Cavaliers' court in a 118-90 win for the Miami Heat.

James poured in 38 points in 29 minutes, set a Quicken Loans Arena and Heat record for points in a quarter with 24 in the third, and did not even play the fourth quarter.

So that's it, right? TNT analyst Reggie Miller said in Thursday night's broadcast that Cleveland fans are acting like jilted lovers and need to get over it. So everyone's over it, right?

I doubt it.

What LeBron did Thursday night was just a reminder to the Cavs' faithful of what they used to have. Without him they are just not a good basketball team. Case in point: His 38 points were 10 more than the entire Cavs' starting lineup. Cleveland got some draft picks with the LeBron move to Miami, and the organization needs to dump some more of its current players throughout this season and start the rebuilding process.

But throughout the long rebuilding process Cleveland fans will never forget or forgive LeBron for his departure and the way he departed. He will always be considered the reason the franchise must rebuild. And with performances — or lack thereof — like the current Cavaliers' roster put out there Thursday night, getting over it is nowhere in the near future.

Here is what the papers that cover both teams every day are saying:

The Cleveland Plain Dealer and its front page

The Akron Beacon Journal and its front page

The Miami Herald and its front page

And ESPN put together a Twitter diary as the night went along.

— Corby A. Yarbrough @AthlonCorby on Twitter

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