LeBron James' old locker now a towel closet after Cavs locker room redesign

Marcus White
NBC Sports BayArea

LeBron James' departure to the Los Angeles Lakers ensured the removal of a giant Nike banner featuring his likeness, and the Cleveland Cavaliers replaced it with a banner of their own. The Cavs' use of spaces James left behind didn't stop there, though.

After a complete redesign of their locker room in Quicken Loans Arena, James' old stall is now a towel closet, as The Athletic's Joe Vardon pointed out on Twitter on Saturday. 

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James' old locker isn't the only one to change, however, as Vardon noted that every player's stall is in a different spot.

The Akron native played 11 seasons in two stints with the Cavaliers, bringing the city of Cleveland its first professional sports title since since 1964 when the James-led club came back from a 3-1 deficit against the Golden State Warriors in 2016. 

When James returns to "The Q" for the first time on his departure, he'll at least have a place to put down his linens if he stops by to visit his old teammates. 

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